The restaurant closes today (19 September) and will re-open on 29 September when it will serve breakfast from 9-11.30am Monday to Saturday, and from 10-11.30am on Sunday - and be open all day for lunch and dinner.
Breakfast options will include stuffed parathas (pictured) with fillings such as Keema (smoky spiced minced lamb and Keen’s cheddar) and Meetha (coconut, sprinkle of brown cane sugar and the chocolate spread Nutella).
There will also be the option of a traditional kedgeree and a spicy masala omelette, served on a home baked brioche bun with gun powder spices.
The restaurant’s décor has been created by interior designer Peter Leonard, using recycled and ‘upcycled’ materials, with wooden installations, plants, industrial bar stools and mismatched chairs, alongside Indian vendor carts.
Alongside the breakfast menu, the site will also serve a range of smaller snacks, including Bangla scotch eggs (quail’s eggs wrapped in Calcutta spiced beetroot) and lamb shammi kebabs.
Other menu options will feature smaller dishes such as Kadhai spiced duck liver on toasted brioche, or larger plates such as whole Tandoori pomfret with pickled vegetables and Lucknow chicken biryani.
The bar has also been refurbished, and will now serve original cocktails such as the Chilli Black Mango with whisky, mango juice, spicy vanilla sugar and black pepper, alongside lassis, mocktails, and a selection of wines, Champagne, beers and ciders.
Cinnamon Soho is part of Singh's wider restaurant group The Cinnamon Collection, which was bought by Boparan Restaurant Holdings in a £10m expansion deal in June, and also includes flagship the Cinnamon Club, and the Cinnamon Kitchen.