Staff were very helpful, I tried a new dish this time but wasn’t so keen on it but tried my husbands Chicken Tikka and that was wonderful. Rice was nice and warm like I like it, will be recommending it to our friends. Brick Lane Brasserie is worth a visit.
Brick Lane Brasserie
Time Out says
Posted: Tue May 7 2013
Located on London’s famous Curry Mile and almost always with a tout on duty outside, this small, invariably busy Brasserie focuses heavily on Bangladeshi cuisine. In addition to the main restaurant, there is also a private hire room for parties or corporate events.
Brick Lane Brasserie says
Our aim is as it always has been, to give all our guests the best possible dining experience from start to finish. By presenting to you classic Indian cuisine based on traditional recipes with an inner understanding of fine-tuning tastes to that of today. Our food aims to comfort as well as satisfy the demanding taste of our diners. So come and enjoy our relaxed and friendly atmosphere with friends and family.
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Brick Lane Brasserie 67 Brick Lane
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Wow, I went there with a female friend of mine. We ordered drinks and poppadoms while choosing out dinner. The poppadoms had a very strange taste as if they had been cooked in dirty oil. So we asked if they could change them. The manager came over and said this is how the poppadoms are and told us to leave! I did ask was he sure about this and had he tried them himself. He told me he was not interested and threw us out of the restaurant. We duly left and had a lovely curry elsewhere for a fraction of the cost. Don't go there!