Review on Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
Having established Cinnamon Kitchen on Devonshire Square in the City and the Westgate Centre in Oxford, Vivek Singh launched a third sibling in Circus West Village at the iconic Battersea Power Station. A cavernous space seating 120 diners, it's set in an exposed brick arch with a private mezzanine area, a chef's table and a small terrace with views over the River Thames. Featuring a sleek décor with industrial elements and brushed copper fittings, the dining room is overlooked by the open kitchen.
A relaxed all day dining affair, the kitchen showcases modern Indian dishes with British influences using first-class ingredients. The railway style vegetable cake beetroot and raisin, kasundi mustard is a good starting point or you could opt for the Malabar mussel and date pickle toasted brioche and curried yoghurt. Follow on with a banana leaf wrapped sea bass chilli, tomato and kokum crust from the grill or clove smoked lamb rump fennel and nutmeg sauce with saffron rice. Desserts conjure up things like sticky ginger toffee pudding paired with garam masala ice cream or a refreshing lassi panna cotta mango mint salad.
There's a carefully compiled wine list to complement the dishes, alongside an innovative cocktail menu created by acclaimed mixologist Tony Conigliaro.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00pm (11.00am Sat & Sun) through until
Dinner: 9.00pm Mon-Wed (10.00pm Thu & Fri, 11.00pm Sat & 9.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express