Cinnamon at Home: High Street, Turriff
WHEN it comes to curry houses, I’ve been spoiled. With a childhood split between homes – one in the Far East and the other close to East London’s famous Brick Lane – I’ve had some of the best Asian cuisine on the planet. So I’m a hard cookie to please.
Fortunately for me Cinnamon at Home is virtually on my Turriff doorstep, and it more than steps up to the culinary plate.
We took a set meal for two (£25) which includes two main courses, one side dish, 2 pilau rice, 1 naan, and two starters.
My dad doesn’t like anything too spicy, so we took added a chicken korma (£6.95) for him.
We shared our starters chicken tikka and vegetable pakora, perfectly prepared and lip-smacking good. Even dad agreed.
My lamb dansak main course was moist, tangy and utterly scrumptious. While my hubby didn’t leave a scrap of his chicken tikka masala on his plate. Dad had to admit that his korma was the best he had tasted. With the additions of an extra delicious peshwari naan and a drink, our bill came to £33.70. Money well spent for a meal that rivalled anything Brick Lane could offer.