You can’t get enough from Indian food and you haven’t been to Aladin at Brick Lane yet? Well, it’s about time as this an award winning Curry House that is as authentic as it gets. Located in trendy Shoreditch, East London, the Aladin has flawless reputation. You are allowed to set your expectations high and you will not be let down, believe us. If you want to have the real Indian experience – from naan bread and curries to vegetable dishes – this is the place you have to go to!
The Aladin Bricklane regards cooking as a form of art and this has been highly acknowledged
in the past as it has been voted the best curry house in Bricklane. The Indian restaurant is
more than motivated to keep up this high standard and continue to satisfy their customers.
You will find the place busy and bustling and you will forget that you are in a London
restaurant – the pure Indian feeling. The staff is highly experienced and will make your meal a
wonderful and authentic trip to the Land of the Tiger.
The chef of the Aladin Bricklane has been mastering the art of cooking at this place for over 25 years now and his genuine love for food hasn’t faded a dot. This Indian restaurant shows once again the diversity of London’s culture in its most colourful ways. Take a stroll on the fashionable streets of Shoreditch, and saunter around at the infamous Bricklane markets on a Sunday – it’s all just a stones’ throw away!
Great food, great selection, great service and great vibe. My wife had chicken jalfrezi which was very spicy (which she loved). We had a delicious dinner. Highly recommend.
Vibrant busy restaurant, busy but very attentive waiting staff who advised on what to order. Great food, basic décor and great staff=would recommend very highly.
Had a lovely meal, great food and the staff are very welcoming and helpful. Will definitely be going back and would recommend to any one.
Verry good curry! You have to bring youre own wine. Nice food, bussy restaurant. Reservation have to made in front. I Will go back any time.
I been living on Brick Lane for about 30 years now and funnily enough I don't normally like curry. However my friends from Asia came over for a visit and they really wanted a curry so they could compare it to the curries they get back home. So we decided to walk along brick lane centre of indian and Bangladeshi food to find a slap up curry. Eventually we came across Aladin. It was amazing. It totally made me love curry and I have decided to make it a monthly thing. The staffs especially Bodz and Manna were really welcoming and charming which made the vibe really fun. I would recommend the sizzling dishes as well as the chicken moducash, Thank you Aladin :)
As we were visiting the Truman Brewery, we thought we would have an Indian lunch in Aladin. We were not disappointed. The staff were very welcoming & seated us as quickly as possible as the restaurant was full. We only had to wait 5 minutes for a table & the staff were very attentive with our order. We had to wait a while for our food but when it arrived the aroma & taste was absolutely delicious! I have never tasted such a fresh and flavoursome chicken tikka masala and probably never will again unless I come back to Aladin - which, without doubt, I will!
We went to Aladin after seeing positive reviews on TripAdvisor. Arriving on time for our booking we were directed to the next door restaurant which we were told was also part of Aladin?? We were shown a table which was so close to the next one that the adjoining guests joked we might as well be sitting with them! The service was rushed and very loud with wait staff literally yelling from one end of the restaurant to the other for the duration of our meal. My Dad commented he felt like he was in a Bengali market. At one point some random bloke ran in and slapped our waiter on the back as he was clearing our table with the result that my husband got a few plates to his head! When it arrived our food really was nothing special. Every dish bar the vindaloo had a similar taste and consistency and we commented it tasted like a can of pumpkin soup had been added to every curry to bulk it out. After reading the previous reviews we were very disappointed with our experience of Aladin and would not recommend it. There are heaps of other options on Brick Lane - choose one of them!
Brick Lane was recommended to us for great Indian food but I choose Aladin Brick Lane based on other reviews. You never know what to expect but we loved it. The food was great and the service was great. Something for everyone from mild to really spicy.
We booked a table on line and had a quick confirmation response. We were 10 minutes late arriving but it was quite quiet at the time. The waiter was really nice and appropriately attentive. He noticed I was keen to wash my hands and without asking brought a hot towel so I didn't have to get up from the table. The poppadoms and pickles were nice and the food was really nicely presented and very tasty. The sag paneer bhaji was one of the best I've tasted with the cheese nice and soft rather than chewy. We all enjoyed our post Christmas family get together.
The BEST Curry House I have ever been too in Brick Lane...! Always 10 OUT OF 10.I recently took a group of 30 People for my Birthday and reserved the Private Party Room (which is known as the Executive Lounge). What a SPECTACULAR EVENING that was. The service was FANTASTIC as always and the Curry was MIND BLOWING!!!!!!!. Everyone enjoyed the evening and they are still talking about THE GORGEOUS CURRY. "ALADIN - WE ARE COMING BACK".