The Aladin restaurant found along the famous Curry Mile of London's Brick Lane in the East End of the city is a well loved and very popular Indian restaurant.
This classic Indian curry house has been serving first class Indian cooking to the capital for over 25 years and received much acclaim over this time. The BBC once named it as one of the world’s best curry houses and even Prince Charles praised the restaurant. Based in the heart of the bustling Brick Lane, close to the many trendy bars and clubs of the area, Aladin is a vibrant eatery featuring bright orange coloured walls and seating.
The menu focuses on Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi cuisine and the signature dishes have to be the Fish Tikka Masala and the Moducash Chicken curry cooked with honey and cashews. Popular amongst groups of friends and dining couples, Aladin is the perfect ambassador for great Indian cooking.
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