Indian restaurant Cinnamon Bazaar to open in Richmond

By Heather Nicholls

16th Feb 2024 | Local News

Indian Richmond Cinnamon Bazaar to open in Richmond. (Photo Credit: Cinnamon Bazaar).
Indian Richmond Cinnamon Bazaar to open in Richmond. (Photo Credit: Cinnamon Bazaar).

A new Indian restaurant is set to open in Richmond this March.

The restaurant will take the place of Carlucciou's, near to Richmond Station.

The new restaurant 'Cinnamon Bazaar' will open in Richmond from early March this year.

The restaurant will take the place of Carluccio's. (Photo Credit: Heather Nicholls).

The restaurant is Inspired by the hustle and bustle of India's ancient and modern bazaars where goods, ideas, flavours and experiences were exchanged.

Cinnamon Bazaar Richmond's menu, from Executive Chef Vivek Singh and Head Chef Rakesh Singh, runs from breakfast through to dinner and features pan-Indian, street food style dishes, along with a new innovative range of vegan friendly plates, that blend modern cultural influences with classic spices and flavours.

One of the amazing drinks on offer! (Photo Credit: Cinnamon Bazaar).

Kick-off with snacks, such as Bazaar's bespoke Makhani Popcorn with fenugreek leaf and spices; before choosing your chaat, from smoked Pineappel Kasundi with caramel puffed rice through to a lesser known classic Benarasi Tamatar Chaat with tomatoes.

Larger plates include creative spins and spice-laced classics such as the Toddy Shop Pepper Fry with stir-fried shrimps, cracked pepper and curry leaf; along with plantbased twists – think Vivek's new Veganjosh Shepherd's Pie with root vegetables, soya nuggets and mince, topped with potato 'chokha' (signature lamb also available); and Kadhai Mushroom with stir-fried mushrooms, spinach and nutmeg.

A huge variety of food is set to be on offer. (Photo Credit: Cinnamon Bazaar).

Signature sips also pack a flavour punch – must-tries include the Pink Me with Woodford bourbon, strawberry and orgeat bitters; and the Cinnamon Bellini with prosecco, cinnamon syrup and gold dust. Alcohol-free options including a Berry Burst and Mango Lassi - a Bazaar special with mango, yoghurt and cardamon.

You can alsoo spice up your mornings with the likes of Bombay scrambled eggs and the restaurant's signature parathas – warm flatbreads with a choice of fillings including smoky spiced minced lamb, cauliflower with matured cheddar and a sweet option with coconut, dried fruits and nuts.

For traditionalists, all the brekky classics await with Bazaar's Big Kitchen Mash-Up, Cinnamon's take on the Full English, sitting alongside pancake stacks; classic kedgeree; and pastries.

The interiors are vibrant and playful with bright neon signs, bold patterns and illustrations whilst a spacious al fresco terrace is the perfect spot to while away the day and indulge in a spot of people-watching.

     

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