Curry Hill Gets a "Handcrafted Indian" Restaurant for "Post-Modernist" New Yorkers
Billing its food as "handcrafted Indian cuisine," the restaurant already seems to have a website that lists its entire menu. Much of it looks to be somewhat conventional fare -- daal, palak paneer, chicken tikka masala -- but there are some Indo-Chinese dishes, like a hot and sour soup and fried rice with Shechzwan sauce. The website, which curiously contains a phone number and hours for the as-yet-unopened restaurant, certainly does its best to raise expectations, proclaiming that "Cinnamon serves only the best Indo-Asian gourmet food adding a zing of its exotic flavor to every post-modernist New Yorker," taking "your traditional Indian experience -- well...to a higher level." Post-modernist New Yorkers, consider yourselves served, with zing.
Get the Food & Drink Newsletter
Our weekly guide to New York dining includes food news and reviews, as well as dining events and interviews with chefs and restaurant owners.