Brick Lane Brasserie


Showcasing authentic Indian and Bangladeshi flavours, Brick Lane Brasserie uses fine, fresh produce to create a selection of mouthwatering dishes. Contemporary furnishings and colourful artwork create a vibrant dining room.

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Typical meal price: From £25.00 (USD37.75) per diner

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Brick Lane Brasserie

67 Brick Lane
E1 6QL
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Yelp Reviews

3 out of 5 based on 19 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Brick Lane Brasserie

5.0 out of 5 25 July 2015
by Rodolfo F.

Superb! Friendly staff and excellent food. The best restaurant among many Indian places on this block. Come with extra time as it is crowded.more

1.0 out of 5 29 January 2015
by Lars F.

House of Spice

I don't have time to write a book on our experience here, but Brick Lane is a nightmare of a street. We were accosted by at least six guys outside each restaurant trying to bargain and coax us into a particular restaurant. It was an incredibly stressful experience that only got worse. We just wanted to get off the street, so we went in here after five minutes of bargaining....more

2.0 out of 5 1 January 2015
by Neil B.

Average at best. Good flavours in the sauces but not enough quality to take it to 3//5. Friendly but slow service.

I am happy to have tried but shall not return.more

1.0 out of 5 6 September 2014
by Tom T.

This is hands-down some of the worst Indian food I've ever had.

We took our seats and then were made to immediately stand up so the server could tuck my (female) friend in. He then handed me the wine list, as if as the male I would be making these decisions. While it may have been a stab at "good service," it came more across as that because she is a woman, she cannot sit or choose wine...more

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

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