Aladin Brick Lane


Praised by HRH Prince Charles and listed in the BBC's list of the 'World's Best Curry Houses', The Aladin is arguably one of the best curry houses around.<br/><br/>The food is tasty, the service is excellent, and the general atmosphere and ambience of the restaurant is great for a fun day out. London's Capital Radio (95.8FM) voted Aladin as 'One of the Top Ten Indian Restaurants in London Ever'. Aladin was declared as the Best Indian Runner Up for London's Archant Food & Drinks Award 2009. Aladin also achieved Customer Excellence Award in 2008.<br/><br/>Surrounded by the rich tradition and history of Bangla Town, as well as being situated in the heart of Brick Lane with close proximity to the biggest bars and clubs on the lane, Aladin has something for everyone. The extensive menu features dishes from across the sub-continent (Bangladesh, India and Pakistan) all prepared by one of our 5 experienced chefs managed by our leading chef who has been cooking at Aladin for over 20 years!

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Aladin Brick Lane

132 Brick Lane
E1 6RU
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Yelp Reviews

3 out of 5 based on 53 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Aladin Brick Lane

2.0 out of 5 18 October 2015
by Catherine D.

Food was good, service was pitiful. The servers were totally rude when it came time for us to leave. Really ended our night with a sour note. Won't be back.more

3.0 out of 5 24 August 2015
by Maggie M.

I was a little disappointed by this place. It was voted best balti house in London this past year, so I was so looking forward to eating at this place when I visited. The flavors were fair but I think I ordered wrong. I got hariyali chicken, which I've had at Indian/Nepali places in the states and it's quiet good. My dish came out an unappetizing Christmas green, found no where in nature. The...more

3.0 out of 5 22 June 2015
by Christa P.

I visited Aladin as part of a food walking tour. We tried three different types of curry along with some naan bread. The service was decent at best and the curry was pretty good. The atmosphere was just alright. Honestly, I feel you can probably get better curry in other places in London, especially with such a large curry choices.

Brick lane is a fun place to go. It is a complete mix of...more

4.0 out of 5 1 November 2014
by Alex S.

I have so much to say about this little strip of Brick Lane! I've had good and bad, but, well, on to the deets!

Aladin is in the middle of a cluster of Indian/Bangladeshi restaurants. Apparently, this is Prince Charles' favourite. Apparently, Ainsley Harriot loves this restaurant the most (me: really? The chef with the massive hands? server: yes! Him!). Apparently, Aladin has won the...more

3.0 out of 5 4 September 2014
by Denise Y.

Came here with a big group a while back. I actually really enjoyed this lamb curry that I had (I don't remember what it was - it was a 'chef special').

The pros:

- They take large group reservations and gave us a discount off the total bill for booking in advance

- Massive menu, reasonable prices, and food was good

- BYOB, no corkage fees

The cons:

- Service was the biggest issue. For a...more

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