The Famous Curry Bazaar is a restaurant on Brick Lane bubbling with bonhomie and aromatic energy. Located in the centre of Bangla Town in London’s east end – everyone from local hipsters to tourists flock to Brick Lane for classic, affordable Indian curries, and The Famous Curry Bazaar offers all of your favourite Indian recipes alongside some more modern dishes. The menu includes lots of tasty vegetarian options, and the restaurant is suitable for parties and get-togethers with friends. Don’t miss the Mango Chicken curry made with fresh fruit and cream; the Lamb Dansak cooked with spices, lentils, garlic and sugar giving it a hot sweet and sour flavour; and the King Prawn Pasanda made with cream and ground almonds.
£25 and under
The Famous Curry Bazaar is a fine place to stop in after a long day, but when I think back on it, I don't have a memory of the food being particularly amazing. I had chicken tikka curry with plain rice and vegetable samosas, and I still feel slightly underwhelmed at the experience. If there is a better restaurant on Brick Lane, I would choose that over this place.more
The Famous Curry Bazaar is a pretty solid restaurant in the heart of Brick Lane. I went with about 15 other students from Uni, and the staff managed to handle our large party (in an incredibly small restaurant) with the utmost friendliness and professionalism.
Pros: Great staff. Our waiter was super friendly. He hung out, cracked some jokes and was just all in all a great guy to be around....more
The food was alright. I was enticed in by the fact that they threw in free popadoms and also a free naan for my daughter who couldn't handle a full meal on top of the free drinks. The waiter struggled when I asked what vegetables were in the vegetable curries and jsut repeated whatever vegetables I mentioned. The food came quickly and was very tasty, but I wouldn't go as far as to say it was...more
I went to Curry Bazaar recently, enticed by the offers of free drinks and the fact that it was the only crowded restaurant on Brick Lane that evening. I tried my old stand-by of "I'd like whatever is most delicious." My waiter seemed very confused by this request, and was reticent to make recommendations. At his suggestion, we ordered the chicken rezala which, incidentally, was pretty bland...more