Vivek Singh (chef-patron of the Cinnamon Club et al) brings his latest restaurant to London's iconic Grade II-listed landmark, Battersea Power Station. Housed in a railway arch, this modern Indian is open for brunch, lunch and dinner as well as cocktails and light bites influenced by spices and delicacies found along the Delhi Jaipur Pink City Express route.
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Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Bright, interesting flavours from the menu let down by occasionally flakey service and a rather cavernous, though well-appointed, space. But you can eat outside...."
"Really nice addition to battersea, very good food - interesting and creative, service was a bit hit and miss (but always pleasant) but it was in the soft opening so they have time to get a bit more professional. A great vibe in the railway arch - buzzy but not over loud. maintains the cinnamon standards in casual friendly local environment. Very happy to have this a local addition. See you again soon."
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