A key part of the Brick Lane curry scene since 1975, Sheba Restaurant is dedicated to producing an acclaimed combination of recognisable curry favourites alongside its signature recipes that truly represent Indian culinary tradition. <br/><br/>Seasonal ingredients from around South East Asia are utilised, with only halal meat used. A superb range of vegetarian dishes are served, as well as an eclectic range of Indian seafood recipes.
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136 Brick LaneLondonE1 6RU
- +44 (0)20 7247 7824
Not worth the money. I asked my waiter for something flavorful and spicy. He told me he had just the thing. Right on, I thought. But what I got was bland, tasteless, and excessively greasy. The naan was not much better; neither was the saag and potatoes.
Go to Aladin down the street for better food at better prices.more
Best curry I've had on Brick lane.
As with all patrons of Brick lane, I have my own theories. Foremost of which is that when you get a "deal" you in actuality get a smaller, worse curry. Nobody can sell you a decent curry with naan, rice, starter and two beers for £12.
We went to brick lane looking specifically for Sheba after it was highly reviewed in a thrillist article. Happily when we...more
Amazing lamb and great curry! Affordable too! BYO (bring your own wine) accepted too!
We came by on a Sunday evening. My hubby made reservations before hand. We were greeted right away. We brought our own champagne which they accepted and quickly offered glasses for us.
We ordered the chicken tikka (4 small pieces) we were warned it was small. It was great, the sauce with it was superb. We...more
First of all, it's an experience getting here, as you get harassed the entire walk down to the restaurant by all the other restaurants along the way. If you feel it's important for you to eat here, take the long way around. But honestly, I would skip it and find some place better to eat.
My husband picked out this place, as he had read great reviews and it seemed to be the most popular....more
So I was in London and was told that there's really good Indian food in Brick Lane (London's Murray Hill, basically). I was kind of lazy and didn't do my research and decided to just find the place with the most people/longest line (which usually works). Unfortunately, we got there around 6pm and it was too early and no one was really eating yet...there were also lots of hawkers standing...more