-By Karen Anand
This dinner-only Indian restaurant has chic and stylish interiors. It is done up like an ethnic hut with full view of the open kitchen making it even more enticing for the guests. Kebabs are what should not be missed while dining here. Chef Amit Mahale balances his flavours and textures just too well. The Jhinga Ajwaini is subtly flavoured and tastes heavenly while the Mahi Tikka, in spite of being well-prepared, is just about average in taste. Even the Sunehri Pomfret is good but the Karare Chaamp can be a big disappointment. The rotis are fresh and soft, especially the crispy Garlic Naan. Usual desserts like Gulab Jamun, Gajar ka Halwa and Kulfi do the rounds. They also have a full bar licence and a good selection of Indian and imported wines, which they serve both by the glass and also by the bottle. Service is attentive and waiters helpful and knowledgeable. A trip with family to Cinnamon Spice at the smart and contemporary Seasons really does spice up your life!
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