Brick Lane Brasserie

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The Brick Lane Brasserie restaurant offers you a superb dining experience in the heart of Brick Lane Curry House with great tasting Indian food with a comfortable, contemporary surrounding in the heart of Brick Lane. Brick Lane Brasserie is situated in the heart of Banglarown, Brick Lane with seating of up to 90 guest. Our aim is as it always has been, to give all our guests the best possible dining experience from start to finish. By presenting to you classic Indian cuisine based on traditional recipes with an inner understanding of fine-tuning tastes to that of today. Our food aims to comfort as well as satisfy the demanding taste of our diners. So come and enjoy our relaxed and friendly atmosphere with friends and family.

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67 Brick Lane, Shadwell, London, E1 6QL

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+44 (0)20 7377 8072

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Brick Lane Brasserie

Address
67 Brick Lane
Shadwell
London
E1 6QL
Public transport:
Shoreditch, Underground

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 12 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Brick Lane Brasserie

1.0 out of 5 17 February 2014
by Rob W.

Incredibly disappointing. I probably should have known better than to try Brick Lane - I guess it's the NY equivalent of going to East 6th St. for Indian - but when in Rome, I thought. Hard for the uninitiated to settle on a place (and the hard sell pitching outside the restaurants drives me absolutely batsh*t insane (on either side of the pond)), so quickly went online and saw that this...more

4.0 out of 5 9 June 2013
by Dan B.

Before leaving the UK I was told by a British associate that I "needed" to get some curry or Indian. So I was happy a small group of us headed down Brick Lane to do just that.

Hilarious scenario - This street seems to be solid Indian restaurants for several blocks. As we strolled down the sidewalk, hawkers from every restaurant were running after us, or crossing the street, sometimes blocking...more

1.0 out of 5 6 April 2013
by Alex S.

My friend and I were looking for a place to eat on Brick Lane, and based on Yelp and Foursquare recommendations, we ended up at this restaurant. We were standing outside the door, and one of the solicitors came out offering us seats within five minutes and free drinks. Okay, sure!

The restaurant was jam-packed! We literally took the last seats available on both floors: lots of people = great...more

1.0 out of 5 4 September 2011
by Lisa F.

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

5.0 out of 5 24 February 2011
by Matt B.

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