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Regardless of whether you’re planning a family day out or looking for something different to do with a loved one, finding unique experiences can be difficult. However, this doesn’t mean it’s impossible thanks to the wide range of London experiences available. 

Indytute has worked hard to curate some of the most original London experiences available and ensures that there’s something for everyone, including the Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station. 


About Cinnamon Kitchen 

Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station

First opened in 2001, the Cinnamon Kitchen was launched to redefine Indian cuisine through innovation and exploration. Having succeeded in its goal, Cinnamon Kitchen now offers an experience that theatrical and memorable hosted within historical surroundings. 

Vivek Singh is the chef at Cinnamon Kitchen and his work has received so much acclaim that he has authored three cookbooks as well as appearing on mainstream cookery shows such as ‘Saturday Kitchen’ and ‘Celebrity MasterChef.’ 

Complementing the skill of Vivek Singh is Jean-Luc Giquel, the General Manager of Cinnamon Kitchen who joined the team in 2006. Jea-Luc and his team strive to deliver an original and enjoyable experience by listening to guests and going that extra mile. 


Dine Out with a Difference 

Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station

Despite the many eateries available throughout the London, those looking for something different will find everything they’re looking for with the Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station. This unique and delicious London experience offers a three-course lunch or nine-dish sharing supper that consists of delicious Indian food. 

Some of the delicious dishes that can be sampled with this unique London experience include Kale and Quina koftas as well as a wonder Bengali turmeric curry. 

As well as being able to sample some of the most delicious Indian food in London, those who partake in the Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station also introduces diners to an ancient landmark that was once the beating heart of London. 

Battersea Power Station operated between 1935 and 1975 and has provided power to some of the most notable locations in London, including Downing Street and Buckingham Palace. 

Although the building lay dormant for several years, keen developers breathed new life into the building which has since been listed as a Grade II listed building. The building is now home to several businesses, and even offers a self-guided audio tour that details the history of this iconic building. 

As if all this wasn’t enough, diners also get an opportunity to visit the Heritage and Learning Hub, a new interactive exhibition that showcases a series of curated historical items from within the Power Station. 


A Perfect Present for Those That Enjoy Historical Tours 

Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station

When attending the Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station London experience, the food alone will be enough to blow you away. However, if you’re looking for a gift for those that love historical tours, then the Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station experience could be just what you’re looking for. 

The audio tour gives a detailed breakdown about the building’s past, while those with a passion for history can observe objects preserved from within the Power Station via the Learning Hub. 


A Great Gift That Offers Something Different 

Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station

Understandably, many will be seeking out unique London experiences to broaden their horizons, but the London experiences available via Indytute are also ideal gift ideas for many different occasions.

For example, those looking for a gift that celebrates an anniversary will find that the Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station London experience the perfect fit. 

Maybe you’re looking for something for a person that can’t get enough of history. The Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station London experience 

Those purchasing the Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station Experience as a gift simply need to provide the voucher details to the recipient, and a booking can be made within 12 months of the booking date, leaving plenty of time to book one of the most original London experiences in the world. 

See London in a Completely New Way 

Although there’s no denying how far the city of London has come, many are still keen to learn more about the history and underbelly of London, and the wide range of London experience available ensure that this is never an issue. 

The Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station is an experience that is more than a meal, it’s a complete overview of London of the past, and makes for one of the most original experience you’re likely to try. 


Why Choose Indytute for Unique London Experiences 


When booking a London experience, online users need to be confident that they’re using a platform they can rely on. Not only does Indytute curate a wide range of unique London experience that can’t be found anywhere else, but it also ensures that the booking process is straightforward. 

Should you have any questions concerning your booking, then simply contact Indytute who will resolve the query in the fastest time possible 

Customers can also be confident that the booking process is secure, meaning the details entered into Indytute are never compromised. 

If you’re searching for a unique gift idea, or just want a day out with difference then why not browse the full range of London experiences available at Indytute today.

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