22 Feb 2022
World-renowned for its fun-for-all carnival of colours, it’s no surprise that Holi (17th March) has become one of the capital’s most widely celebrated festivals. And this year, Cinnamon Kitchen City will be marking the festival of colour, love and positivity with a series of events and celebrations – from a fantastic supper club to a technicolour painting masterclass – as Vivek Singh and his team look to create uplifting and feel-good moments for what will hopefully be a more prosperous year to come.
Painting with Pooja Kapoor, 12th March (£54.49pp)
Kicking off the celebrations, Pooja Kapoor from The Petals Studio will be hosting an interactive Holi painting masterclass on the terrace in Devonshire Square – perfect for those looking to show off their artistic flair. Immerse into the world of atmospheric watercolour to create a masterpiece, before enjoying a selection of traditional Holi canapés and appropriately colourful cocktails. The event runs from 3-6pm and includes an art kit and paper pad.
To book tickets to the painting masterclass, visit the website here.
Holi Supper Club, 18th March (£45pp)
Food and feasting as a family are central to Holi, and on Friday 18th March, Cinnamon Kitchen City will host a Holi Festival Feast Supper Club with five masterful courses from Vivek Singh and the restaurant’s head chef, Raju Ramachandran. Bring friends, family and colleagues together to indulge in an assortment of delicious dishes from seam bream paturi to paneer butter masala, accompanied by sides of garlic naan and 24-hour simmered black lentils. Be sure to save room for a sweet serving of hot gulab jamun & mapula with banana ice cream for dessert.
And that’s not all, those who book the supper club will each receive a pot of gulal – coloured powder paint – to decorate their face at the table in true Holi style!
To book tickets to the supper club, visit the website here.
Holi across The Cinnamon Collection, month of March
Throughout March, all four restaurants in the collection – The Cinnamon Club, Cinnamon Bazaar and Cinnamon Kitchen City & Battersea – will be serving ‘Festival of Colours’ set menus with traditional Holi dishes such as char-grilled Zeeland kingfish with carom seed, smoked rack of Kentish lamb with vegetable pilau, and old Delhi style butter chicken for all to enjoy.
Announcing the arrival of spring and the passing of winter, Holi officially takes place from sundown on 17th March to sundown on the 18th. World-renowned for its free-for-all carnival of colours and iconic paint throwing, Holi brings together family and friends to laugh and play, forgive and forget and to celebrate love and friendship.
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