I went to try a whopping nine-course tasting menu at the Cinnamon Kitchen in Battersea, located by the newly reopened Battersea Power Station.

The restaurant is located in Arches Lane, within easy walking distance of Battersea Power Station, and with great travel links via Battersea Power Station pier to London Bridge and Greenwich.

Currently, Cinnamon Kitchen has a nine-course tasting menu available for £39 per person, with both meat and vegetarian options available.

The menu brings together a range of Indian cuisine with vegetable based dishes, seafood dishes and meat dishes.

Diners can also opt to try a selected wine to accompany the menu for an additional charge.

The restaurant is a modern, spacious setting offering both indoor dining and outdoor dining if you’d prefer to eat outdoors.

The dishes are served in pairs in a tapas style, giving you the option to try two dishes at a time.

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To begin with we tried the samosa chaat, a vegetable samosa filled with curried chickpeas and yoghurt, and the achari lamb fillet made with smoked paprika raita and anchovy chutney.

The lamb fillet was one of my favourite dishes out of all the courses, the meat was very tender and had a very rich, spicy flavour.

We then moved onto the Battersea bhel papdi which was a white and puffed rice chaat, a kind of fried dough, along with the sofiani murg tikka a chicken breast made with fennel, coriander, and coriander chutney.

News Shopper: achari lamb filletachari lamb fillet (Image: Emily Davison)

For our third round we tried the kasundi tandoori salmon, a kind of curried salmon with kasundi mustard, honey and yoghurt.

This was one of the more spicy dishes out of the ones I tried and it was another I really enjoyed, it gave the salmon a whole new flavour.

We then tried the paneer butter masala made with paneer, peas, onion sauce and fenugreek.

News Shopper:  Battersea bhel papdi Battersea bhel papdi (Image: Emily Davison)

For our last savoury dishes we tried the Keralan shrimp curry made with shallots, green mango, coconut and curry leaf accompanied with turmeric and lemon rice.

The rice was both fresh and spicy and the shrimp curry had a slight zesty flavour that went really well with the seafood.

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Finally, the royal Punjabi malai kulfl, a kind of saffron and cardamon ice cream, which was without a doubt the most unusual ice cream I’ve ever tried.

All in all, this is definitely a great option if you love Indian cuisine, and want a meal that’s great value for money with friends or family for an evening out.