House of Holi returns to Cinnamon City Square

8th March 2024

The House of Holi pop-up is back for a 7th year at Vivek Singh’s modern Indian restaurant, Cinnamon Kitchen City, as customers are invited to paint the City pink, blue, yellow and green as Cinnamon Kitchen’s iconic powder-paint throwing.

The Hindu festival of colour, love and positivity between 15th – 25th March with 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 from £17.50. Guests are invited to don their oldest “garms” and entire inside purpose-built, technicolour paint throwing pod and immerse themselves into colourful chaos and shower family and friends in a 30-minute rainbow

Also available is a dine and play £60 ticket for a nine dish Holi sharing feast to be enjoyed in the restaurant; Holi pod ticket only for adults at £15.00, children at £10.00p; Play and cocktail £25.00; and a Holi pod dinner ticket at £60.00.

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.

Cinnamon Kitchen City
9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4Y

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