Cinnamon Bazaar

Readers – I’m delighted to end the year on a mini review for one of my favourite modern Indian restaurants in the UK; Cinnamon Bazaar.

Situated in the heart of Covent Garden, London, this venue is worth the trip if you’re looking for the ‘wow’ factor to keep your taste buds tingling.

Inspired by bazaar market cuisine, the menu says it all! Here’s a few of my recommended must-haves from the selection of appetisers and key dishes.

Snacks & Chaats:

Aside from the classic samosas, my go-to side dish would have to be the Watermelon Chaat which is served with pressed watermelon, amaranth seeds, date chutney and masala cashew nut.

The Watermelon Chaat can be ordered as a starter or additional option to your main course and is the perfect combination providing a flavoursome and refreshing finish.

Main Courses:

With Cinnamon Bizaar’s unique menu selection, you’re pretty spoiled for choice; I’ve narrowed down the top three dishes which are a necessity for all foodies out there.

  1. Old Delhi Style Butter Chicken with Pilau Rice
  2. Lamb Rogan Josh Shepherd’s Pie; voted in Time Out magazine as one of the Top 100 Dishes in London
  3. Joghpuri Kachori Chaat which came with spiced onion dumplings, curried chickpeas, chutney medley.

As you can see from the image above, the restaurant’s meal options are pretty innovative and incorporate real Indian heritage with urban London. Cinnamon Bizaar’s cross cultural dining experience embraces the democratic spirit of a bazaar, making the restaurant a real cultural food attraction.

Cocktails:

Being Christmas time & all, it felt necessary to order a signature cocktail containing cinnamon! In the festive spirit, I’d thoroughly recommend the Cinnamon Bellini which contained prosecco, Assam tea & cinnamon syrup which gives the drink a real sweet edge. Delicious.

Hope you’ve found this whistle-stop review a no-brainer for when you’re next in the heart of London and looking for a fun place to enjoy authentic yet adventurous Indian cuisine.


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