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INVITED guests enjoyed the culinary delights of the
east at the launch of The Cinnamon Lounge, which
looks set to shake-up the upper end of the Asian
dining out market in the St Albans area.
In the pleasant, if unlikely, surroundings of a
converted suburban house in London Colney, the
standard Indian dishes are enhanced with a
strikingly original range of enticing concoctions,
many originating from Bangladesh rather than its
larger southern neighbour.
At last week's launch, for example, the familiar - a
tasty lamb balti - rubbed metaphorical shoulders
with the more surprising and enterprising chicken
juliette, where spinach and light spices were used
to delightfully tickle the tastebuds. If that was
not exotic enough, the prawn rupale, a curiously
successful blend of seafood and fruit, was a real
voyage of exploration for the diner.
The Cinnamon Lounge offers a terrific range of
starters, as demonstrated by the "chef's platter",
including some wonderfully spiced grilled chicken,
king prawns lightly enhanced with garlic, tasty
pastry-wrapped mince and my favourite - "jalapeno
delight", peppers deliciously stuffed with cream and
cheese. And at £5.95 this is a very good value
opener to your meal.
I struggled to avoid temptation with the excellent
red wine, and relished the smooth fruit ice-cream
which topped off this gastronomic adventure.
Reviewing the many other enticements of the menu, I
am impatient for my next visit to this impressive
Following the ever increasing popularity of the
Cinnamon Lounge restaurant in Kings Langley the
owners have expanded into other areas within
The opening of Cinnamon Lounge, London Colney has
taken the St Albans dining market by storm. Since
it's opening on Wednesday 9th May 2007, the
restaurant has become an extremely popular dining
spot from clientele in the St Albans, Shenley,
Radlett as well as London Colney areas.
The opening night provided invited guests and local
dignitaries a chance to experience the ethos of
Cinnamon Lounge. The cuisine and modernisation of
the restaurant were very well received. Thanks to
all who participated in the evening!
Following the support provided last year Cinnamon
Lounge will continue to sponsor the annual Kings
Langley Fun Run. The event aims to raise money for
the Kings Langley School Association. For further
information please go to
Cinnamon Lounge was proud to support the charity
football match organised by the Park Street Church
of England Primary School. The event was held at the
London Colney Football Stadium on Sunday 20th May
The Cinnamon Lounge Charity Dinner in January raised
over a £1000 pounds for the Hospice of St Francis.
The night was hugely enjoyed by all. Further
information of the charity is available at
In partnership with the Kings Langley Rotary club,
the next Charity Dinner night has been organised at
Cinnamon Lounge, Kings Langley, on 12th November
A few months ago the community lost a first class
restaurant when La Cassetta closed. Luckily, the new
occupiers of the same premises have replaced the
loss with another first class menu and top drawer
service, at the Cinnamon Lounge. For those Villager
readers who informed us that they had no intention
of eating there, as they never eat Asian food when
dining out, maybe you should reconsider, as this is
not your average place with flock wall-paper and
food served from buckets.
The changes to the structure and decor are largely
superficial, but the predominantly European menu has
been substituted by a mix on Indian and Bangladeshi
cuisine. For those who imagine that this is just
another Asian restaurant with all the standard
dishes be prepared for a surprise. There are about a
dozen of the standards that one finds everywhere but
there are also several dishes which one does not see
commonly and several that we had never seen before.
Apart from the standards there are over 6 dozen
other options between the starters and the wide
assortment of main courses, with a couple of dozen
side dishes and a wide assortment of sundries from
which to choose to elaborate your choice.
Forget 10 pints of lager followed by a vindaloo or
balti, the Cinnamon Lounge is for discerning eaters
with sensitive palates. Some of the dishes have such
subtle flavours that one can detect almost every
ingredient. Presentation is first class and much
more in keeping with a good hotel. For a starter on
your first visit it is recommended that you try the
Chef’s Selection Platter which contains a special
selection of other starters; a sort of mezze, in
order to help you make your choice of starters on
subsequent visits, as once you have tried it you
will certainly want to return.
On Sundays there is a buffet between midday and
15.00 if one wants a change from the traditional
Sunday roast lunch. The team will be happy to
prepare special meals for the customer with more
All of the staff were most helpful without being
overpowering. The Cinnamon Lounge is found at 18
High Street in Kings Langley and is open 7 days a
week. It is strongly recommended. We wish the new
proprietors good luck and we hope that the
readership will support them.
SPICY delights are winning over punters at new Kings
Langley restaurant Cinnamon Lounge.
Formerly La Casetta, the High Street's Grade Two
listed building has been transformed into a
comfortable and exotic eaterie. The new owners have
been in the business for more than 15 years and have
brought their expertise to Kings Langley, lured to
the listed building for its ‘quaint
Black leather chairs and pristine laid tables give a
touch of class to the classic features of the
500-year-old property. New boss Kaz Zaman and his
team are eager to please and are confident that
their warm, welcoming service will please diners. He
"We have invested substantially in renovating this
building, one of the oldest on the High Street. Our
objective to our expert team of interior designers
was to bring emphasis to the original interior
features and compliment this with a modern
contemporary theme," said Kaz.
Popular classics and tasty chef's specials make a
visit to the Cinnamon Lounge an eating experience,
with a menu carefully put together by head chef
Kaz said: "The emphasis on our cuisine has been to
create a unique selection of fresh, finely spiced
Bangladeshi and Indian dishes. There is an array of
seafood and speciality dishes not found in
surrounding Indian restaurants."
THE award-winning La
Casetta Mediterranean restaurant in Kings Langley
has been sold through the Milton Keynes office of
international restaurant agents, Christie + Co.
The new owner is now trading as Cinnamon Lounge,
serving authentic Bangladeshi and Indian cuisine.
The beautiful 500-year old building is one of the
oldest on the High Street and has oak beams and an
inglenook fireplace. It has been carefully renovated
to emphasise the original features and complement
them with a modern contemporary theme. The main
restaurant, which seats 60 diners, is located on the
first floor. There is a small 14-cover dining room
together with bar and reception area on the ground
The previous owner, Spencer Tagg, owned and managed
La Casetta for five years. It was listed by The
Times as one of the Top 10 Italian/Mediterranean
restaurants in London and the South East and also
received favourable reviews from The Guardian, The
Daily Telegraph, Time Out Restaurant Guide, as well
as winning a number of local business awards.
Carl Steer of Christie + Co's Milton Keynes office,
said: "We were delighted to handle the sale of this
renowned restaurant which occupies a beautiful
500-year old building and we wish the new owner
every success with his new venture."