Indian Restaurants

Cinnamon Bazaar

Cinnamon Bazaar is a wonderful experience for the taste buds. It is an all-day dining restaurant inspired by the bazaars of the East that brought together traders from across the Old World. The bazaars of old were places of trade, where merchants can explore the world through the wares they had to offer. Cinnamon Bazaar attempts to replicate the feeling of immersion one can have in an old bazaar. To experience new cuisines and new tastes with each customer visit is the goal of Cinnamon Bazaar. The restaurant gives its customers a taste of different cultures, creating a cultural melting pot before their eyes.

Cinnamon Kitchen Oxford

This is the first of the Cinnamon collection outside of London and another way for people to dine at any time of the day. The restaurant is an innovative relaxing experience. Much like its counterpart in London, it uses fresh and exotic ingredients for its best seasonal dishes. There is a bar that provides excellent pre-dinner cocktails in the daytime. An open-plan kitchen expands your horizons as you watch the cooks do their work. There is a lovely rooftop terrace for your viewing pleasure as well.

Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea

Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea is part of a new and exciting stage of the resurgence of the Grade-II listed Battersea Power Station. It is located inside a railway arch and serves the same dishes as its counterparts in London and Oxford. There are also new dishes, as well as great cocktails and bar favorites together with our dishes that have been inspired by the ones found in the Delhi Jaipur Pink City Express route.

Though a railway arch seems unconventional for an entrance, it provides guests with a different kind of modern dining experience. The concrete bar is best for trying out our spice-flavored cocktail, while the immersion into Indian culinary culture can take place in an open kitchen. There is also a private dining room overlooking the restaurant for intimate gatherings and finally, a terrace outside for those who want to get a good look at the views across the Thames. This spot is indeed an ideal summertime treat.