Friday 24 July 2015

Cinnamon Kitchen & Pizza Pilgrims' 5 Day Collaboration near Liverpool Street

Venison pickle with red onion
This is a great collaboration - for five days only, Monday 3rd - Friday 7th August, Cinnamon Kitchen & Pizza Pilgrims will be serving a range of Indian-inspired pizzas from outside Cinnamon Kitchen, near Liverpool street.  A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to be invited to taste the pizzas at an early stage, and they were off the scale - they all worked so well.
Pizzas will include -
Tandoori chicken, green chilli and  cheese;
Cauliflower and green peas ‘Bhujia’ (V);
Venison pickle with red onion;
Lamb Rogan  Josh calzone
They've got to be tasted to be believed!

Lamb Rogan Calzone
"Slice meets spice for one week only at Cinnamon Kitchen this summer, as Executive Chef Vivek Singh and Pizza Pilgrims team up to create an exclusive range of Indian inspired pizzas, twisting the classic Italian treat with a tantalising taste of the tandoor.
Pizza Pilgrims will be popping up on Cinnamon Kitchen’s alfresco terrace, over the road from Liverpool Street station  from 3rd – 7th August, serving the new East-meets-West creations from their famous Piaggio van, noon ‘til 9pm daily.
Naples will collide with New Delhi as hand-stretched pizza bases are topped with Tandoori chicken, green chilli and  cheese; cauliflower and green peas ‘Bhujia’ (V); venison pickle with red onion; and lamb Rogan  Josh calzone, before  being blasted in the formidable inAvan oven. All pizzas are £8 – the perfect lunchtime treat or early evening snack.
While their traditional dishes may seem worlds apart, Cinnamon Kitchen and Pizza Pilgrims might not be so different  after all. For starters, the Pilgrims’ oven can hit a staggering high of 500 degrees, around about the same temperature  at which Cinnamon Kitchen naans are cooked in the tandoor. Throw in a shared ethos championing the freshest, high-quality ingredients and the fact that the Pilgrims’ van bears more than a passing resemblance to the Tuk Tuks of the  subcontinent, and the pairing looks like a stroke of flavour-fusing genius  It’s not all about the food though. A host of classic Italian tipples are also undergoing a spice transformation, including the  Ginger  Negroni  (£8)  with  homemade  galangal  ginger  juice,  Martini  Rosso,  Campari  and plum  wine; and  the  Pococello  Spicy  Spritz  (£9)  using  Pizza  Pilgrims’  own  brand  of  Limoncello, lychee  juice  and  cracked  black  pepper, topped with Prosecco.
A culture clash of  the best kind,  this collaboration between  two of  the London  food world’s biggest hitters won’t be around for long, so be sure to try the scene’s hottest new slice before it’s too late"

When - Mon 3rd - Fri 7th August 2015
12 noon - 9pm

Where - Cinnamon Kitchen, 9 Devonshire Square, EC2M 4YF


Get directions with Citymapper

Link 1 - Pizza Pilgrims
Link 2 - Cinnamon Kitchen

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