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 LaneLondonE1 6RU
Top 5 reviews of Aladin Brick Lane
That was some of the most average curry I've had in some time. Definitely not authentic.
The nan was an astonishing £3 for something that really costs 20p to make. The free lassi was probably the only saving grace.
Overall - deceptively expensive prices (you don't realise until you start ordering) and some pretty tasteless food. Do not recommend. more
I mean... it was good. Fun atmosphere. Pretty decent service. Allowed us all to be loud and disheveled and obnoxious.
And the food... was 'yeah'. Not like ooohhh yeah, just yeah. The lamb with mango was slightly tough, the cheese naan not that cheesy....
In a town like London, where your mission in life is to line the team's stomachs with that perfect blend of carbs and protein... more
This restaurant was bustling with customers when I walked in which seemed to be a good sign. Asked for a menu recommendation once I was seated and took the waiter up on the chicken tikka blast (had to order rice separately and regrettably decided to go with coconut rice).
Long story short, I paid a total of 24 euros for one of the most sugary meals I've had (including some much needed... more
Tourist trap. The waiters are rude and make fun of Diners
NO ALCOHOL. We asked for some wine and after arguing with us for 15 mins,, the waiter went to the liquor store to buy us some cheap ass wine and came back and said it was 15 GBP.
Food was crappy. more
I've been here for less than 20 minutes - we've barely ordered. I'm about to explain why you should never visit this abhorrent restaurant.
When we arrived we were promised that we could get a deal on our food by one of the very friendly staff members. I will refer to this staff member as Tom as I'm sure he wishes to remain anonymous. Tom was helpful enough, he gave us our menus and proceeded... more