As one of the oldest curry houses in London, Preem Brick Lane is a London icon. Open since 1963, this Indian institution serves up impeccable dishes in arguably the best location in the city, amidst the vintage stores, galleries and markets adorning the historic Brick Lane. Keep an eye out for their lemon chana, tikka masala with your choice of filling or the seriously tasty king prawn tapa, all excellent choice when the curry cravings come along. You’ll find this Brick Lane restaurant close to the Liverpool Street tube station, but be sure to book in advance as there’s a reason this London favourite has stood the test of time.
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Food was poor quality not tasty at all. Very greasy and overpriced. Won't be back.
Food was really nice.restuarant was a bit cramped and could do with a makeover.other than that it was fine.They we’re putting people on the end of other people’s tables so it was not very private.
We really enjoyed our visit to Preem. The service was great as was the food. Nice hot chicken phal which you don't find too often these days. Highly recommend this place!