Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea

Silver Award
££££
Indian
Takeaway service
Home delivery

Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
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COVID-19 Update for Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea

Updated on 01 Jul 2020

We are thrilled beyond words to announce that we will be opening CinnamonKitchen at Battersea Power Station on Saturday 4th July, it's our first restaurant to re-open and others will follow. 

We have made some changes. We will now be accepting card payments only or you can also pay using your phone at the table. Bookings will be recommended, and we will kindly ask you to follow the social distancing rules. 

We are working on new menus and opening hours to welcome you back.  Watch this space!

SquareMeal Review of Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea

Silver Award

Bold open kitchen at the back, big glass doors at the front, exposed ducting and brickwork everywhere – this is the very model of a modern-day restaurant, with the rejuvenated Battersea Power Station forming a dazzling backdrop. It might be part of a growing group, but the design is entirely bespoke, high on wow factor – note the mezzanine floor in the centre – and with warm lighting and classy banquettes, it all feels high on glamour.

The cooking is as striking as the setting is beautiful. Pitch-perfect chicken breast delivered straight from the tandoor comes with a zingy mint and chilli korma though, for flavour and star-appeal, it was trumped by a melt-in-the-mouth clove-smoked lamb rump served with a fennel and nutmeg sauce.

We shared a series of starters, of which the wild African prawn with coriander and garlic crust was the standout, with its deep and warm but delicately wrought flavours. We loved the soft-yielding texture of aubergine contrasted with a sesame, tamarind and peanut crumble, while ceviche of black bream paired with mango, nigella and pomegranate was as fresh as daisy. A chocolate mousse with cinnamon ice cream delivers a dab of heaven on the tongue to finish, or opt for spicy Indian-inspired craft cocktails, devised by master mixologist Tony Conigliaro.  

This is a generous-spirited restaurant, not least because of a top team of smart staff – efficient, knowledgeable and friendly in equal measure. We’re already looking for an excuse to return.  

About Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea

The newly redeveloped Battersea power station is home to Cinnamon Kitchen, a modern Indian restaurant serving affordable, colourful dishes with a slight British influence. Providing food throughout the whole day, Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea offers a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy the exciting menu.


Located in a converted railway arch opposite the power station itself, the spacious interior features an open kitchen at the far end of the restaurant, and a striking central mezzanine platform sits in the middle. The curved brick roof of Cinnamon Kitchen combined with its tunnel-like shape, gives the restaurant a certain warehouse-y feel.


The menu is full of dishes you won’t find on the menu of your standard local Indian restaurant. Appetisers include railway style vegetable cake, Malabar mussel and date pickle served on toasted brioche with curried yoghurt, as well as a selection of Bombay street food. There are further options from the grill such as pink aubergine and banana leaf-wrapped seabass.


Main dishes range from vegan dishes such as kale and quinoa kofta, served with date and ginger, and a tomato and lemon sauce, to clove-smoked lamb rump with a fennel and nutmeg sauce. Or if you want something a little more classic, there’s a tandoori chicken breast served a zingy mint chilli korma and pilau rice. All of these can be mopped up with freshly made naan bread or perhaps a tandoori roti.


Desserts lean more towards British classics with sticky ginger toffee pudding, and dark chocolate mousse on the menu; however, the lassi panna cotta and the double ka meetha offer some more traditional alternatives. If you’re finding it hard to decide what to pick, there’s also the option a 9-dish sharing menu for just £33 a head.


To accompany the lavish food, there's a drinks menu featuring Indian-inspired cocktails as well as a range of different wines.

 

Good to know

Average Price
££££ - £30 - £49
Cuisines
Indian
Eat at Home
Home delivery, Takeaway service
Ambience
Cool, Fun, Unique
Food Occasions
Brunch
Alfresco And Views
Outside seating
Special Features
Chef’s table, Counter dining, Vegan options, Vegetarian options
People
Group dining [8+], Special occasions
Food Hygiene Rating

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Location for Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea

Arch 758, Railway Arches, Battersea Power Station, Battersea, London, SW8 5BN

020 3955 5480

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Opening Times

Mon-Sun 11am-11pm

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1 Review 

Mark D

25 June 2018  
Really welcome high end Indian addition to south of the river. Glitzy design and great flavours plus likeable efficient service put this on the must visit list for all Claphamites and Battersea home dwellers.

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