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Known as "the Curry Mile", Brick Lane by Aldgate Station in East London (single journey on the Hammersmith & City Line) is a never ending street full of Indian and other South Asian restaurants. It is always vibrant, colourful and fun and really a must-visit for anyone coming to London. You can't…
London's curry capital. lots of Indian restaurants to choose from. Look out for the famous 24hr bakery.
Great for a cheap curry. Can usually get a starter, rice, naan and a curry for £10. Plus you can bring your own alcohol!
Curry houses, markets, and bars in this vibrant area next to shoreditch in east-central London
The area around Brick Lane was once associated the scene of the crime for the Jack the Ripper murders. Nowadays, it's extremely popular with London’s edgy and artistic crowd, featuring galleries, restaurants, markets and festivals throughout the year. My favourite part is the curry though! The best…
The best day to visit Brick Lane market is on Sundays, though the shops and restaurants are open every day. On Sundays the streets are lined with people hawking their second-hand wares, with some good bargains to be had if you look hard enough! There are also street performers to enhance the…
Multi cultural area with one side full of amazing Asian,Indian cuisine and the other side a vibrant vintage community and array of independent shops and places to eat.