07 Aug 2018
Go on a journey of discovery with quirky East-meets-West dishes from renowned chef Vivek Singh. Tuck into sea bream and turmeric kedgeree with a poached egg (£8.50); tandoori chicken tikka and cheese naan with coriander chutney (£5.50); Bombay scrambled eggs and keema paratha (£8.50); or a bhuna lamb naan roll (£12).
Bigger plates feature pollock malai curry with ghee rice (£17); Uttappam – a South Indian rice pancake with coconut chutney and lentil sambhar (£14) or the Lucknow-style chicken biryani (£15). Malpua – an Indian pancake with spiced honey and homemade garam masala ice cream (£7) – is perfect for those with a sweet tooth.
Family and friends brunching should opt for the Power Station Feast at £29 per person. A veritable banquet for groups of four or more, sharing dishes include papdi chaat; chicken tikka and cheese naan; and pao bhaji, followed by the sea bream kedgeree; butter chicken; chana bhutura chickpea curry and railway-style lamb curry with sides of rice, house black lentils and pomegranate raita. Finish off with the Malpua pancake.
The cocktail list, from the award-winning Tony Conigliaro, includes the Mango Sour (£9) – Mango Triple Sec, Havana rum and lime; a unique Indian G&T (£9) – all spice, fenugreek and black mustard gin; and the Asian Manhattan (£8.50) with Black Assam-infused Buffalo Trace, vermouth, maraschino and black cardamom. Non-alcoholic options come in the form of freshly pressed clementine, turmeric, carrot and ginger juice (£5.50); and homemade lemonade (£4).
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea’s new brunch menu is served every Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm. Kids under 12 can eat for half price, and those under 6 for free.
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea
Battersea Power Station, 4 Arches Lane, SW11 8AB