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.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.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 LaneShadwellLondonE1 6RU
Dingy atmosphere. Mediocre service. Average curry.
This was the only British curry I tried on my trip, and I didn't enjoy it. You had to order rice separately. The garlic naan was barely flavored. I had to continually ask for water.
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I dragged my friends to brick lane on a Friday night because I was keen for some British curry. I scoped around online and the general consensus was Aladin is the best curry house in the area. We walked in and were offered a 20% discount and quickly seated to a booth.
I was extremely unimpressed by the restaurant. The ambience is dingy, with crappy paintings and dirty booths. They quickly...more
My sister and I were directed to Aladin after a slightly more upscale/trendy Indian restaurant not too far by was fully booked for the evening. I had my reservations upon entering the restaurant -- mostly the loud/BYOB crowd practically spilling out of the restaurant -- but the "bouncer" at the previous restaurant swore by the spot as the most celebrated in London for Indian food.
I love Indian food and had heard a lot of good things about Aladin, so they had a lot to live up to for me. They didn't disappoint.
Brilliant service, amazing food and brilliant value for money. I got onion bhajis, lamb korma and a load of rice for £10. It was a struggle to finish. All of it was incredible, although the bhajis were a highlight. Also I was pretty impressed at how fast they got...more
Let's. Be honest.
I came here starving. By the time my food came I was no longer hungry I was so tired. They took easily an hour. And when the food came it was poor. Really poor.
The atmosphere is dull. I saw them moving couples out of the way to get coats from cupboards behind their seats (not their coats) . There's nothing redeeming about this place.
There are good...more