St. Jamess Park
Indian / Balti / Tandoori
The Cinnamon Club , St. Jamess Park
Suave and sophisticated, The Cinnamon Club prides itself on a culinary craftsmanship that has won it multiple awards and an established position on the London dining scene. Occupying the Grade II listed former Westminster Library, the restaurant radiates a studiously colonial air, right down to its lofty ceilings and book-lined walls. An imaginative approach to Indian haute cuisine results in constantly evolving multi-layered dishes, including a stunning gastronomic six-course banquet. Choosing to innovate rather than remain complacent, The Cinnamon Club invites you to sample speciality dishes such as Norwegian King Crab Claw with coconut, mace and cardamom, Bombay Spiced Vegetables with cumin pao, and Fillet Steak of Wagyu Beef with stir-fried morels and saffron sauce. The extensive wine list can match any meal perfectly and the bar has a selection of speciality drinks to choose from, including Saffron Passion, Rose Petal and Pear Lassis. A sought-after destination for business dining, The Cinnamon Club is just a brief stroll away from some of London's most famous landmarks including Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.
In a Grade II listed building, The Cinnamon Club offers an all day bar, a private members bar, a restaurant for 200 diners and art exhibitions. With specialist ingredients from rare spices through to exotic vegetables and fresh seafood, the menu combines earthy, traditional Indian flavours with cutting edge style.
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Westminster. The name of the bell which strikes the hours in the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament.
Florence Nightingale Museum
Lambeth Palace Road. Includes a life size recreated ward in the Crimea. Admission charge. Open Tues-Sun 1000-1600.
Victoria Tower Gardens
Millbank. Views of Lambeth Palace and Church across the river, statue of Emmeline Pankhurst, leader of the womens suffrage movement.
Parliament Square. Contains the famous Poets Corner and Abbey Museum. Open daily.