If flavour is your saviour Cinnamon Spice is your answer. Its my favourite Indian restaurant with the exception of some of the Brick Lane curry houses. Even the rice dishes offer a challenge to the palette with Kashmir rice (with pineapple and lychee), the wonderful starter Mirchi Tikka, side dish of spinach & lentils, and the mixed infusion of piri-piri chicken. They have a variety of dishes using duck, honey, tamarind and each dish stands out with its own individual taste. The staff are relaxed and polite although I have noticed the service isnt always fast. I've lost count how many times I visited here, probably less than 10 but each time everyone's meal has been excellent and Ive not found one complaint against the food itself.
Cinnamon Spice - Hornchurch
10 Tadworth Parade Elm Park
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Posted: Tue Sep 11 2012
Anyone who loves a great classic curry will love this cheap and cheerful Indian restaurant on Tadworth Parade in Elm Park, Essex. Whether you're a chicken tikka connoisseur or a phaal fanatic there is something for everyone on the menu at Cinnamon Spice, and the chilled out dining room – complete with contemporary cream walls, comfy leather chairs and crisp white linens – is always packed with a local crowd. Cinnamon Spice has a short but satisfying selection of house wines, beers and cocktails, and favourite dishes include the Cinnamon garlic chicken in a creamy curry sauce; the King prawns with cashews cooked in a delicious sweet and sour sauce; and the chicken chilli massala – a classic dish with a spicy twist.
Cinnamon Spice - Hornchurch 10 Tadworth Parade Elm Park