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About Brick Lane Curry House
Brick Lane Curry House is a British type curry house reminiscent of an East London style Indian Restaurant. Brick Lane Curry House is an authentic Indian restaurant.
New York, NY 10003
Indian, British, Contemporary Indian
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Saturday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday : 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Between 1st and 2nd Avenues
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Phaal curry Challenge
All types of outdoor catering, corporate lunches, tailor made catering options on website wwww.bricklanecurryhouse.com, section Caterings and Party's.
Ample street side parking and metered parking available.
F train to 2nd Ave.
N,R trains to 8th Street and Broadway
6 to Astor Place
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Lunch Buffet all every day from 12 noon - 4 PM
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Brick Lane Curry House Ratings and Reviews
We had a fantastic dinner -- we tried so many different dishes and one was better than the next. We picked this restaurant based on other OpenTable recommendations. We enjoyed Potato Samosa, Onion Kulcha, Garlic Naan, Chicken Tikka, Saag Paneer (best I think I've ever had!), Aloo Gobi, and Chicken Korma. We only had leftovers because we overordered for three people -- the leftovers were delicious! We will definitely be back again soon.
Ridiculously overpriced and super super slow service. Hey charged $5 for barely half a cup of cooked rice to go with an entree that at every single Indian, Asian, basically any place that serves rice - would give you included with the entree. Even if you need to order side, I have gotten rice for 2-3 for 4 times as big of a portion at even nicer restaurants
I went to this restaurant for a very specific reason, they make a Phal Curry, Now please note that I have eaten this meal in three other restaurants , in three different countries .
It is a very, very spicy meal that most people cannot eat but comes with wonderful flavours
Needless to say the Brick Lane decided to make one that is totally inedible by way of spice and pride themselves that its inedible. Thats no way to treat such a wonderful dish and a great dissapointment
the other meals were ok
Went to Brick Lane Curry House this week with two young women friends. We had a delightful, non-rushed dinner with drinks. We ordered a few vegetarian options that were all delicious (saag paneer, tikka masala, onion fritters, cauliflower appetizer, plain nan). Each dish was tasty and satisfying. The servers were warm, patient, and fun. Highly recommend.
Love this restaurant! They used to be located on 6th street so the new address on 2nd Avenue right around the corner can be confusing. We went for my birthday dinner and the food is authentic and excellent - everything was perfection. At the end of the meal, they brought over a bottle of champagne on the house for my birthday. What a fabulous place and service was excellent. The best Indian food in NYC.
some of the best Indian food in the USA. Had lamb vindaloo which was spicy and hot as it should be, but still very tasty. Did not go for the Phaal. One of these days, maybe I'll try it. But if the chef needs a gas mask to make it, then maybe I'll just enjoy the vindaloo.
This restaurant is overpriced and the food is scarce & mediocre. Even cheap with the tamarind and green sauce/chickpea flats; we had to ask for 3 refills. The onion bhaji appetizer; so dry & tough I could barely cut through it with a knife. The methi salmon was supposed to be "lightly' marinated"; so salty/spiced it tasted like mud, we had to send it back. (They said it was marinated overnight; which is hardly "lightly marinated".) Both dishes had identical cheap iceberg lettuce and a thin carrot spiral tossed on them. The vegetable moilee had about 6 pieces of cubed veggies. What a rip-off. The service was good, but the food was so bad we will not go back. Go elsewhere for good Indian food.
Service was fine until we'd eaten, then very slow. Finished plates were left at the table for 15 mins after completing meal. Not asked for a second drink. When asked for a dessert menu, the waiter agreed to bring over, then the owner returned with the check. The dessert menu never arrived. The restaurant was not busy, so no excuse.
First time at this restaurant after our favorite 6th St. restaurant recently closed. The ambiance is more of a British pub than an Indian restaurant. Nevertheless, once we got seated in a booth, the service and food was excellent. It was pricier than we were used to paying at our old place, but the portions were somewhat bigger and a bit tastier.
My girlfriend & I had dinner at Brick Lane Curry House a few nights ago with a friend visiting from Philly and we all loved it. The gratis papadum (lentil crisps) were a great start to our meal. The crispy and sweet Lassuni Gobi (fried cauliflower) in tomato-garlic sauce revved up our taste buds for the main event. I went with my stand-by dish, Chicken Tikka Masala and the flavor really popped. I put my onion seeds naan to work sopping up that tasty tomato cream sauce. We all really loved the Saag Paneer (spinach with cheese cubes). I'm not a huge spinach fan but this dish had a bright, fresh taste to it and I ended up taking more than a few bites. And the Garlic Naan was just great and no burned garlic to be found as I have come across in other restaurants from time to time. I'm not 100% sure but I think my girlfriend had the Chicken Bhuna in a very tangy and somewhat spicy sauce. The side of Onion Paratha was on point. I love naan and they really nailed all three that we tried. I had been wanting to come here for some time and I look forward to returning soon!
Good food and service was average. Will stop back if in the area again. Phall challenge seems like a scam!! Bc the side of Phall sauce is not the same as there curry!! Which isn't stated in the menu, we decided to try the side to see wether it would be something we can handle and so we could, but when the entree came back it was 5x spicer than the side!! Which in all honesty I think they do that intentionally! Servers explanation for this when questioned about it was "oh this has chicken in it, that's why it's spicer" unless chicken is made out of chili that didn't make sense! I asked him to try both and tell me the difference, but of coarse he didn't!
Brick Lane Curry House is solid, but I was a little disappointed with my dish this time. My Malai Kofta was very dry for some reason. Maybe there was too much Kofta? Whatever the case, I struggled with it.
Otherwise, the place is nice. It was a little empty because it was still very light out at 7pm, I think. The servers were very good. They gave us extra rice and generous portions.
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