Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station

Cinnamon Kitchen at Battersea Power Station

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Enjoy a 3 course lunch or 9 dish sharing supper at Cinnamon Kitchen in Battersea Power Station. Including a fascinating, self-guided audio tour. Select your lunch or dinner from the 'OPTIONS' below.

  • Iconic Battersea Adventure

  • Delicious Lunch or Dinner w/ drink

  • Includes Self guided audio tour

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3-course lunch or 9 dish sharing supper at Cinnamon Kitchen in Battersea Power Station plus self-guided audio tour.

In brief...

  • Includes delicious lunch or dinner with a welcome drink
  • Self-guided audio tour via a mobile app of Battersea Power Station
  • Visit Learning Hub Exhibition


Enjoy a 3-course lunch or 9 dish sharing supper at Battersea Power Station’s Cinnamon Kitchen including a fascinating, self-guided audio tour.

Battersea Power Station was the beating heart of London. From 1935 to 1975 this coal-fired power station provided power to some of the capitals most notable addresses, including Buckingham Palace and Downing Street. The four towers were and are an iconic landmark. In 1975 it was decommissioned and languished unloved for many years, as enthusiastic developers attempted to breathe new life into the edifice. It is now a Grade 2 listed building and powering rather different homes and businesses including an award-winning Indian restaurant The Cinnamon Kitchen.


The station is one of the largest brick buildings in the world, and is absolutely worth a visit.

In this experience, you will visit the Learning Hub and experience the site via an audio led mobile app on IOS or Android. The Heritage Trail which will take you on a journey around Circus West Village the final phase of this extraordinary redevelopment (bring some headphones if you remember as they don’t provide) with journalist and broadcaster Johnathan Freedland as your guide.


This contemporary Indian is just what you need to inject a bit of kachumber into your day. The food is as much as a destination as the Power station. Railway style veg cake or spiced chicken gnocchi are all taste sensations you can expect on the set menu lunch (which changes every couple of months) - leave room for their signature toffee pud with garam masala ice cream.


On arrival, you will be greeted with a Mango Sour cocktail, before sharing a 9 dish sharing dinner, with another two drinks paired with the food. Kale and Quinoa koftas, banana leaf sea bass, shrimp in a Bengali turmeric curry are all tasty treats you can expect to find on the menu.

The decor is industrial, the bar twinkles and there is an open kitchen so you can watch the drama unfold.


Every day, Monday - Sunday subject to availability. The only availability restriction is through December 2019 as the restaurant is too busy with Christmas bookings.

    Insider Tip

    Oh think about arriving by the Thames Clipper - there’s a stop marked ‘Battersea Power Station’, and you can’t get much closer than that.



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