About Mai'da Indian & Indo-Chinese Eatery
About the restaurant
Mai’da isn’t one of the typical Curry Houses that can be found on Brick Lane (that we do still love by the way). This restaurant serves Indian and Indochinese delicacies and also, it’s not even on Brick Lane. Indochinese? That is the way Chinese food is made in India. We know, it sounds dangerously tempting – and here at Mai’da on Bethnal Green Road it is prepared to absolute perfection. If you are a complete newbie to this kind of food, the well experienced staff will be more than happy to guide you through the menu. Well, there is only one thing to do now – Enjoy!
Located on Bethnal Green Road, East London you will stumble upon the Indian and
Indochinese restaurant Mai’da – and when you do, you will love it. Around the corner
from ‘Curry Mile’ Brick Lane, this place offers a most authentic experience in a
contemporary and stylish interior. Priding themselves in using only the freshest seasonal
ingredients from local suppliers, the Mai’da will delight you with their well-spiced favourites
and one of the refreshing mocktails!
Located in beautiful and trendy Bethnal Green, East London the Mai’da serves up top notch Indian and Indochinese cuisine. Mai’da – pronounced Maa-e-da – basically means dining table or banquet in English. However, there is also a wheat flower called Maida, which is used in various Indian and Pakistani pastries and bread such as paratha or naan. Whatever the meaning of its name is, this place guarantees authenticity to the fullest. Visit Mai’da on Bethnal Green Road and oh, have one of the many delicious mocktails, will you?