The Famous Curry Bazaar


Established in 1996, The Famous Curry Bazaar is a family-run restaurant on London's legendary Brick Lane. Serving classic Indian cuisine with a south eastern twist, discover an eclectic array of flavours in a modern and vibrant setting.

Typical meal price: From £25.00 (USD32.42) per diner

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96% customer satisfaction rate

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  • 20% off a la carte menu

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    Valid from 11 January 2016 to 31 December 2016

    This offer is available from January 11, 2016 until December 31, 2016, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface.Not available in conjunction with other offers. Offer excludes service. Book in advance to get this offer.

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The Famous Curry Bazaar

77 Brick Lane
E1 6QL
Yelp Reviews

3.0 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Famous Curry Bazaar

2.0 out of 5 16 July 2016
by Cass W.

Pretty good food but awful customer service. Came on a Saturday night,

wasn't even crowded and we didn't get our food for at least 45 minutes. Nobody came by to check on us or let us know what happened to our order. Wait staff gave us attitude after they screwed up. Wouldn't come back, would never recommendmore

1.0 out of 5 2 June 2016
by Rona L.

Brick is awash with curry restaurants and there seems to be no measure of quality and is a continuous dialogue from the restaurant workers offering you their establishment as the finest, etc etc.

The famous curry bazaar got picked in advance due to offering Taste card discount. Decent-sized restaurant with open front windows.

We shared mixed starters and poppadoms, none of which were...more

4.0 out of 5 7 July 2015
by Brendan C.

Had a great meal here at a really fair price. Great service as well. 10/10 would go again!more

4.0 out of 5 15 April 2014
by Danny T.

A stroll down Brick Lane can be a bit daunting.

It's like walking around the mall food court, where every vendor has an employee out front hounding you to sample their cheese steaks, bourbon chickens, etc.

Likewise, here we find proprietors of Indian Restaurants standing out in front of their businesses attempting to convince tourists as well as local passersby to stop in and eat their...more

2.0 out of 5 13 April 2013
by Liz I.

My husband and I stopped in last night on a whim, and it was one of the blandest curries I've had in London. I've actually had better curry in Vermont (USA), which is not good at all. The sauces with the pappadoms were as expected, and the galic naan was pretty tasty (though perhaps a bit oilier than I like). My Lamb Tikka Jalferezi was just blah. Not even remotely spicy (despite being listed...more

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