A singular Bangladeshi experience in the centre of London’s Banglatown,
Brick Lane Brasserie is known as the House of Spice. Modern design meets impeccable service ,
and a team of dedicated and highly trained staff work hard to ensure your visit, from start to finish. A very enjoyable experience.
The interior design here is simplistic and bright, red, white and black creating a sense of space, especially when set against the view of Brick Lane’s
crowds beyond the restaurant’s glass frontage. At the Brick Lane Brasserie, diners are treated to a tempting range of generously portioned Indian and Bangladeshi dishes
made using only natural herbs and spices and no artificial additives, enhanced by the kitchen’s own unique method of cooking. All tastes are catered for here,
with the Bangladeshi inspired fish dishes of particular note.
Brick Lane Brasserie has numerous ongoing and changing special offers that make it one of London’s more credit card friendly dining options.
£25 and under
My husband and I love Indian food and were looking forward to eating the much touted Indian food in London. We were actually on our way to Aladdin but a very convincing gentleman talked us into his restaurant.
Taking a look inside we saw there were quite a number of diners and he offered us a special pre-fixe so we thought this might be a good detour.
Boy were we disappointed. First of all,...more
Brick Lane is full of touts aiming to get you into their restaurants, I usually ignore them but against my better judgement was hooked in by a free beer and 25% off the bill. Certainly one of my better decisions in life as
the food was excellent.
Brick Lane Brasserie is fairly small inside, but the food is great. I chose the regular chicken curry, which was a natural colour when it came...more
Getting off @aldgate east tube it wasn't easy to get past the illegal touts that have reappeared after the Olympics but I never go to a empty restaurant no matter what they are offering, arrived at Brick Lane Brasserie which was already half filled 1st good sign, and it wasn't even 6:30pm. The restaurant is small but by no way the smallest on Brick Lane the service is real quick before you...more
walking along side Brick Lane you are bombarded by an incredible array of Indian food and aroma's but if you can last it long enough you will come to
a very traditional named
Brick Lane Brasserie
where I experienced possibly the second best traditional Indian meal I have ever had in my life.
oh, and get a Cobra beer while you're @ it.
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