70 Restaurants in London: Bangladeshi

Try an authentic curry at London's best Bangladeshi restaurants

For many Londoners, enjoying an Indian meal at their local curry house is a weekly ritual. However, what many people don't realise is that the 'Indian' food they love is actually from Bangladesh. The capital welcomed a huge influx of immigrants from Bangladesh when the country became independent in the 1970s, and these newcomers kickstarted the capital's craze for curry. So, when you book tables in curry houses in Brick Lane or the West End, you may well be dining at one of London's many Bangladeshi restaurants.

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iNaga

West Wickham
Indian££££
5.1/635
iNaga

The Monsoon

Spitalfields
Indian££££
5.2/629
The Monsoon

Dorking Brasserie

Dorking
Indian££££
5.8/613
Dorking Brasserie
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Ruchi

Hampton
Indian££££
5.8/65
Ruchi

Mumbai Square

City of London
Indian££££
4.4/6132
Mumbai Square

Sheesh Mahal

Twickenham
Indian££££
4.9/634
Sheesh Mahal

India Grill

Loughton
Indian££££
5.5/624
India Grill

Eastern Eye - Brick Lane

Spitalfields
Indian££££
3.5/64
Eastern Eye - Brick Lane

Elaichi - Frimley

Frimley
Indian££££
4.8/628
Elaichi - Frimley

Muhib Indian Cuisine

Spitalfields
Indian££££
5.5/612
Muhib Indian Cuisine

Khushboo

Horley
Indian££££
5.4/612
Khushboo

Taste of Raj - Blackheath

Blackheath
Indian££££
5.2/641
Taste of Raj - Blackheath

Clove

Reigate
Indian££££
5.4/612
Clove

Aladin Brick Lane

Spitalfields
Indian££££
4.7/6175
Aladin Brick Lane

Shaon Restaurant

Chislehurst
Indian££££
5.6/636
Shaon Restaurant

Indian Lounge - King's Cross

King's Cross
Indian££££
4.8/618
Indian Lounge - King's Cross

New Curry Bengal

Horley
Indian££££
5.6/612
New Curry Bengal

The Raj - Brentwood

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.7/616
The Raj - Brentwood

The Poppadom Lounge

Enfield
Indian££££
5.1/652
The Poppadom Lounge

City Spice

Spitalfields
Bangladeshi££££
4.3/612
City Spice
  1. 1.

    Head down to Brick Lane to try London's finest Bangladeshi restaurants

    The epicentre for London's Bangladeshi restaurants scene is definitely Brick Lane. This narrow street in the east of the city isn't far from the offices of the Bank or Moorgate, but seems a world away. Lined with curry houses and dominated by the intoxicating aroma of spices and cooked meat, Brick Lane is a seductive place to visit. It's also home to many of London's best Bangladeshi restaurants, so do some research with Quandoo and find the finest of them all before paying the area a visit.
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    There are great Bangladeshi restaurants all over London

    However, if you want to explore the selection of London's Bangladeshi restaurants, don't feel limited to Brick Lane. You'll find plenty of upmarket curry houses in the West End, which are the ideal places to fill up before or after a theatre show. If you venture a few stops further east on the tube you'll encounter some exceptional options in Whitechapel, but there are also great places to check out in Camden, Fulham and Clapham as well.
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    Treat your family to a Bangladeshi feast at restaurants in London

    What can you expect to find when you book tables at Bangladeshi restaurants in London? Most of the menu will be familiar to curry fans, with bhajis, samosas and chat to start, followed by a range of spicy curries with chicken, prawns or lamb. But there may be more unusual dishes to pick as well. Look out for the fiery fish stew Machher Jhol and parathas stuffed with minced beef. Be sure to check the dessert menu too. With rice puddings, dough balls and Bengali cheese cakes to savour, the final course is always a highlight at London's Bangladeshi restaurants.