Paul Edmonds and Cinnamon Kitchen open at Battersea Power Station,
Paul Edmonds, a renowned hair and beauty salon, has now opened at Battersea Power Station, along with contemporary Indian restaurant Cinnamon Kitchen.
Over a thousand residents have now moved into their new homes at Circus West Village and over 700,000 people have already visited the new riverwalk since it opened. Businesses already open include: pizzeria Mother, neighbourhood bar and restaurant No 29 Power Station West, Italian restaurant Fiume, seafood restaurant Wright Brothers, The CoffeeWorks, Japanese restaurant Tonkotsu and urban winery Vagabond. They will be joined before the end of 2018 by Archlight Cinema, Baker and Spice, Battersea Brewery, Pedler Cru and Moyses Stevens.
Helen Carr, F&B and leisure leasing director at Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: “We are delighted that two more high-profile businesses have decided to make Circus West Village their home. Circus West Village is quickly becoming one of London’s most exciting new food and drink destinations.”