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GRAND OPENING: New Indian restaurant on Abbots Langley High Street set to blow residents away

 Published on: 30th June 2021   |   By: Jake Levison   |   Category: Uncategorized

A unique new Indian restaurant is set to open on Abbots High Street soon, much to the delight of residents.

Cinnamon Lodge, which is based at 39-41 High Street, starts off with a grand opening on Sunday, July 4, from 12noon, and all residents are invited.

Not only that, but there will be 15 per cent off the food bill in their opening week and free round of drinks on the table for anyone attending the opening, as well as 10 per cent off takeaway and delivery.

The eatery, which offers both dine-in and takeaway, offers a modern twist on the flavours and textures of Indian cuisine, brought to life by the continuous research into ever-evolving regional dishes, combined with dedication to the finest ingredients. With an authentic and highly experienced chef, you are promised a delightful meal.

The restaurant is fresh, but owner Mahbub Hasan is no beginner – he has run restaurants in  Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire for 12 years already.

He said: “We have been very successful with our other two branches, which are lovely places with beautiful surroundings.

“They match the food that we offer, so when we saw that a place on Abbots High Street was available, we knew that we would perfectly suit the area and be able to offer something that no one has around here yet.”

“I’m very much excited to welcome our local guests and give them the best of what we have. Notable dishes are Rezala, Xacutee and Khayber. These are wonderful dishes and very unique for Abbots.”

For more details on Cinnamon Lodge, please go to https://www.cinnamonlodge.co.uk/

 

 

 

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