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Vogue Reviews: Cinnamon Bazaar, Park Hyatt Dubai

Influenced by a variety of colors, sounds, and smells one can find across India, Cinnamon Bazaar had its first international outpost debut in Dubai on December 1, 2021, and with the help of celebrity chef Vivek Singh, is quickly becoming one of the city’s most-loved spots for Indian treats. With interiors featuring bright patterned tiling, luxurious gold touches, and hanging lanterns, the space, which sits in the Park Hyatt Dubai, transports visitors to a traditional Bazaar in the heart of the country, as does its lavish menu.

Walking through the restaurant’s doors, guests are welcomed by a chaat cart offering scrumptious street food, and a menu that spans  from crab bonda (Calcutta spiced crab and beetroot in chickpea batter) to chicken haleem with masala sourdough toast. And then there’s the host of fusion must-haves: think lamb rogan josh shepherd’s pie and salli wagyu short rib with pickled radish.

Don’t forget to indulge in the restaurant’s collection of mouth-watering desserts, which include saffron macarons, coriander pistachio cake, and rosewater marshmallows. The cherry on top? These picture-perfect sweet treats even match the restaurant’s pink and green interiors—a sight any Instagram feed craves. What’s not to love?

Additionally, Cinnamon Bazaar, Park Hyatt has also introduced a concept named High Chai that aims to elevate afternoons with its Indian-inspired tea, spiced scones and chaat.

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