If you want to go for a curry in London, you’re not short of options. You could go cheap and cheerful – down the neon-plastered cobbled street of Brick Lane, being jostled by curry touts all promising the Masterchef’s Favourite Curry in London/Curry of the Year 2016/The best thing since sliced…
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
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The team behind The Cinnamon Club have launched another Indian restaurant in Grade II-listed Battersea Power Station, Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea.
Sitting in the Power Station development, you’ll find an urban restaurant located in a railway arch, filing off the industrial stylings with more sleek design touches. There’s also a large outdoor terrace with views of the Thames, and a private mezzanine dining room.
Open from brunch till dinner, they offer seasonal dishes with a Cinnamon Kitchen twist, such as Rajasthani lamb curry; or chargrilled seabass in a banana leaf parcel. There’s also a selection of vegan and vegetarian dishes available. The cocktail list is curated by award-winning mixologist Tony Conigliaro, delivering a menu of Indian-inspired, spice-infused craft cocktails.
- Happily Affordable ££
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- Background Music
- Street Side Tables
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea, Battersea Power Station 4 Arches Lane SW11 8AB
Battersea Park (Rail)
The restaurant specialises in modern-Indian cuisine with British influences using innovative cooking techniques, we are open every day for lunch and dinner as well as cocktails and light bites - whether for a celebration, friends round for lunch or dinner, or a business meeting.
Dining in the restaurant you and your guests get to experience the fantastic atmosphere that our restaurants offer, as well as enjoying our renowned customer service. For large bookings we ask that you choose one of our set menus which I have attached for your perusal.
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