Friends and family of Cinnamon, I am delighted to announce that Cinnamon Bazaar is now open!
A Bazaar was a place to buy, to sell, to exchange, to explore, to learn, to share, to entertain and be entertained. Cinnamon Bazaar aims to draw inspiration from the colours, the sounds, the smells, the bustle and energy of these bazaars that have for centuries been changing our tastes, by exposing us to new tastes, new things, new ideas all the time.
All-Day Offerings, Bespoke Cocktails, and Introducing ‘Chamiya‘
Our lunch and dinner menus feature ingredients, spices and flavours that have stood the test of time. Incorporating cultural influences from all over the world, our Chicken Haleem connects India with Iran, Millet, date, tamarind and pomegranate salad pays homage to the markets of the Middle East and Lahori Chicken Kadhai connects Old Delhi to new Lahore, a popular trading route.
Our small plates include Indo-Chinese chicken wings with burnt chilli dip, Tandoori Kentish lamb fillet with mint chilli korma and Malabar boatman’s haddock curry with kokum and green mango chutney.
Unique to Cinnamon Bazaar will be ‘Chamiya’ – a portable hand-painted ‘chaat cart’, where guests can choose their own ingredients and spices to create their own bespoke chaat. As far back as the 1600s, bazaar traders would often work long days and indulge in these savoury snacks. To this day it continues to be one of India’s most popular street foods.
Our cocktail menu designed by Ryan Chetiyawardana, aka Mr Lyan, will transport you to another world with the perfumed scents, flavours and colours of his creations.
Featuring organic, natural materials alongside colourful hand-painted graphics, stunning patterned tiles and illuminated hanging lanterns, fragrant spices, aromatic herbs, heady perfumes, bold flavours and vibrant colours against a relaxed backdrop of chatter and laughter…
To read more about the story behind Cinnamon Bazaar, click here.
Welcome to Cinnamon Bazaar.