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News & Views Vivek spices up Soho


Vivek Singh, famed for his involvement in The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen, is to open a third restaurant in London’s Soho in the first half of 2012. Located on Kingly Street, with an additional entrance on Kingly Court, the new venue will offer contemporary cuisine, but with a lower average spend per customer, to reflect a more informal approach to dining.


With 75 covers over two floors, there will be an a la carte menu at lunch and dinner, a strong pre- and post-theatre offer, as well as a late night supper menu of tasting plates plus an all day breakfast menu. A set lunch menu will also be available at £15 for 2 courses and £18 for 3 courses.


Vivek Singh, chief executive of The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Kitchen says, “We are delighted to have secured a West End site and are very excited about opening a restaurant with the same ethos of innovation and creativity that drives our other restaurants but in a more accessible and affordable format.”


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