Kitchen Barbers Bazaar opens second London site

The restaurant is run by the former founder of the Cinnamon Club

Kitchen Barbers Bazaar is set to open its second restaurant for takeaway in Kentish Town today (12 March).

Founded by Abdul Yaseen, the site will serve modern Indian cuisine, extending the group’s operations from its Crouch End restaurant which opened in 2020.

Having moved to the UK almost two decades ago, Yaseen has also previously founded the London restaurant, Cinnamon Club.

Kitchen Barbers Bazaar is “inspired by the families of barbers working in old food markets” across India and Pakistan.

The menu will continue its Crouch End offering, providing a “refined take on classic takeaway curries,” amongst numerous other dishes.

Open from 5pm to 10.30pm on Tuesday to Friday, the restaurant will offer an extended service from 12pm at the weekends.

While takeaway orders can be placed over the phone or company website, Kitchen Barbers Bazaar is also available through Uber Eats, Deliveroo, and Just Eat for those within a two-mile radius of Kentish Town.

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