Harden's survey result
“Bright, interesting flavours” from an evolved menu that’s “delicately prepared” win a thumbs up for Vivek Singh’s “well-appointed” duo of modern Indians. The original, inside a large atrium within a City development, benefits from a big ‘outside’ terrace; its year-old sibling occupies a railway arch within the new Battersea Power Station development.
“Indian favourites imaginatively recreated” and “fusion food such as steak with masala chips” comprise a “superb menu that is hard to choose from” at the Cinnamon Club’s offshoot in the City. The setting – a large atrium near Liverpool Street – is a real bonus, because “you can sit outside in a covered courtyard in virtually all weathers”.
“Excellent Indian food that’s reasonably priced for the City” is the mainstay of the Cinnamon Club’s easterly cousin – “a most enjoyable” destination in an attractive, large covered atrium near Liverpool Street.
“Inventive and subtle” dishes with “just the right amount of spice” win praise for this “high-endish Indian” – the City cousin of the famous Cinnamon Club – within a large covered atrium near Liverpool Street. Its ratings have been higher though, and critics say: “it’s perfectly adequate, but it was far better than adequate once-upon-a-time”.
|Wine per bottle||£19.00|
Cinnamon Kitchen Restaurant Diner Reviews
"It would be hard to find somewhere less appealing and authentic than this canteen style Indian. We were shown to our table by a brusque 'bouncer' who had obviously had a charisma by-pass and although table service was professional the food was over-cooked and under-spiced and the first impressions that this was a mistake remained until the end of the meal."
|Number of Diners:|
|Monday||12 pm‑2:30 pm, 6 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Tuesday||12 pm‑2:30 pm, 6 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm‑2:30 pm, 6 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Thursday||12 pm‑2:30 pm, 6 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Friday||12 pm‑2:30 pm, 6 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Saturday||6 pm‑10:30 pm|