The highly anticipated House of Holi is back celebrating its 7th year at Vivek Singh’s trailblazing modern, Indian restaurant, Cinnamon Kitchen City! Prepare to paint the city pink, blue, yellow and green as Cinnamon Kitchen’s iconic powder-paint throwing #HouseofHoli pop-up returns to the City’s Devonshire Square.
Celebrate the festival of colour, love and positivity between 15th– 25th March and escape life’s daily grind for sheer unadulterated paint-throwing fun with the option to combine the festivities with a sharing feast plus there’s a Holi Supper Club hosted by Vivek.
House of Holi Paint Pod, 15th – 25th March (from £17.50pp)
Don your oldest garms*, step inside the purpose-built, technicolour paint throwing pod and immerse yourself in colourful chaos as you shower family and friends in a 30-minute rainbow fight. After the dust settles, sip on a specially created Holi cocktail. Hungry for more? Opt for the dine and play ticket for just £60pp which comes with a stunning nine dish Holi sharing feast to be enjoyed in the restaurant.
Holi pod ticket only for adults £15.00pp, children £10.00pp | Play and cocktail £25.00pp | Holi pod and dinner ticket £60.00pp | To book please click here: https://www.designmynight.com/london/bars/liverpool-street/cinnamon-kitchen/festival-of-colours-holi-2024?t=tickets
Holi Supper Club, 20th March (£60.00pp)
Join Executive Chef Vivek Singh and Head Chef, Raju Ramachandran, for an exclusive Holi Supper Club on Wednesday 20th March. Packed full of vibrant flavours and subtle spices, enjoy five indulgent courses. Sample dishes include Pollock Paturi, Bengali steamed fish with coconut, mustard and chilli; Kadhi Pithod Saag, chickpea gnocchi, yoghurt and spinach sauce; Kosha Mangsho, a Kolkata-style rich lamb curry.
To book, please click here: https://www.designmynight.com/london/bars/liverpool-street/cinnamon-kitchen/holi-supper-club-1?t=tickets
Holi officially takes place from sundown on 24th March to sundown on 25th March and is known for its free-for-all carnival of colours and iconic paint fights. Bringing together family and friends to laugh and play, forgive, and forget and to celebrate love and friendship – the only rule about Holi is that there are none! Let your hair down, grab some paint and have fun!
*Please do wear old clothing and trainers that you don’t mind getting powdered paint on. Paint is washable. Please note children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Cinnamon Kitchen City
9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YL
T: 020 7626 5000