Cinnamon Kitchen Indian cuisine within Battersea

Indian is one of the UK’s most favourite cuisine to eat be it grabbing a curry to takeaway or dining at a restaurant with friends munching on poppadoms and ordering the most spiciest of all curries to show off. If you are one of those who love Indian then I highly recommend visiting Vivek Singh’s Cinnamon Kitchen within Battersea.

I was invited down on a complimentary basis along with some other community members of Love Pop Ups London to enjoy their three course set menu which is very reasonably priced.

Cinnamon Kitchen

Cinnamon Kitchen is one of the restaurants within under the Cinnamon Club by Vivek Singh.

Located in Battersea London this all-day dining restaurant gives diners an exciting, contemporary Indian menus which use quality and seasonal ingredients. There is a wide array of dishes to choose from their a la carte menu such as grills, tasting plates and curries as well as interesting vegetarian options. They also have reasonably priced two & three course set menus giving diners a great choice of Indian cuisine at a great price.

Discover more or book via clicking here.

Delights of India within Battersea

Cinnamon Kitchen is a lovely restaurant which is situated within Battersea giving diners an array of Indian cuisine to choose from.

Taste of India

Upon entering Cinnamon Kitchen I liked the layout of the restaurant with the open kitchen at the back which you can see the chefs at work and the space between all the tables. It has a nice relaxed atmosphere.

Time to eat

Gazing over the three course menu even though it was limited with a vegetarian, meat and fish dish the options did not disappoint.

I opted for my starters the Char Grilled Pork Ribs chilli honey glazed, curried yoghurt.

They were huge, sticky, sweet, and spicy and ever so delicious. The meat literally fell from the bone.

For my mains I opted for the Char Grilled Pollock. pickled spices, yellow lentils, bitter melon chutney.

The fish was very fresh and flaked away when prodding my fork into it. The fish tasted lovely and the yellow lentils with a hint of spice gave it that extra texture and heat to the whole dish. Only thing I felt though that the yellow lentils required spice as they were a little bland.

For dessert I opted for their Sticky Ginger Toffee Pudding garam massala icecream.

It had just the right consistency of toffee sauce and the sponge was delicate and light. The ice cream was certainly different but delicious it was creamy and had a lovely spiciness to it.

To discover which dishes the other community members opted for who joined me on the night click here to get links to their blogs.

Verdict

Cinnamon Kitchen had a pleasant relaxed atmosphere and I would certainly return in the future if in the area with friends and family.

I would highly recommend this restaurant if you love Indian cuisine and are a fan of Vivek Singh as this is a real hidden gem set within London’s Battersea.

The question is what would you choose to eat?

Discover Cinnamon Bazaar​

Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
4 Arches Lane
London
SW11 8AB

Opening hours:
Monday – Wednesday 12 noon to 9pm
Thursday – Friday 12 noon to 10pm
Saturday 11am to 11pm
Sunday 11am to 9pm

Discover more about Cinnamon Bazaar via clicking here.

Thank you to Cinnamon Kitchen for inviting me and other community members down to taste the delights of your Indian cuisine.

Click below to be redirected to read the other community members blogs who joined me on the night. Their views are of their own honest opinions.

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