Café Bangla

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Overview

Cafe Bangla was established in 1990 and still our customers keep coming back - young and old. Cafe Bangla is praised by many celebrities and is the favourite of the local people too.

We provide you with high quality food by only using the best ingredients prepared with love and an unsurpassed passion for food. With a legendarily warm and friendly atmosphere in the dining room, combined with the amazing food served from the kitchen, a night at Cafe Bangla is a memorable experience for all our customers.

Book your party Online today or call us and our staff will be more than happy to assist you with any questions that you may have.

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128 Brick Lane, Shadwell, London, E1 6RU

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+44 (0)20 7247 8981

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Café Bangla

Address
128 Brick Lane
Shadwell
London
E1 6RU
Public transport:
Shoreditch, Underground

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Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Café Bangla

4.0 out of 5 27 September 2013
by Jen C.

Traveled from Los Angeles to this place by word of mouth! Came during a weekday lunch with my mom. It was empty! They said they are typically busy during the evening. I did not mind being the only people in there as the waiter was extremely talkative and friendly and we chatted throughout the lunch.

The paintings are quite amusing and I was looking forward to checking them out as I read...more

4.0 out of 5 26 September 2010
by orangeborange

As riccardiniho says below - the best reason to visit Cafe Bangla is the murals. Besides the amazing Princess Diana, the other sumptuous painting are worthy of being Mills & Boon covers.

The food was just average - butter chicken a bit greasy, peshwari naan way too sweet, and our veggie friend had mainly onions in his dish. But the chicken karai was well-spiced and just right. Pleasant...more

4.0 out of 5 10 April 2010
by Blueberry B.

Yuss! The best thing about this place is the erotic art all over the walls, it's really weird and creepy.... and then, bang in the middle is a giant painting of Lady Diana NOT being spooned by a yoked dude whilst wearing chiffon and riding a dragon.

The chicken tikka massala here is a goodun', the food in general is inexpensive and taste-tastic. A brick lane fave!

The toilets are located...more

4.0 out of 5 12 June 2008
by cocoalush

I have used this little gem (Cafe Banlga) a few times in the last couple of weeks. It's the sort of place you just want to dive into after work, no major frills or airs and graces, just crackingly good grub at a price that anyone can afford.

Although quite small, the menu was comprehensive with English explanations to all dishes but the staff are always on hand to help if you are unsure. Ahh,...more

4.0 out of 5 3 January 2008
by riccardiniho

Right I'll be perfectly honest about this place there is one reason I love it and one reason only, it has walls of traditional paintings and then all of a sudden there is a massive and I mean massive painting of Princess Diana!!! It is absolutely brilliant!! I demand to sit there every time I go which given how popular it is means i tend to wait a while!!!

Food is good, standard Brick lane...more