Aladin restaurant, Brick Lane, East End of London.

About Aladin Restaurant

Step off of Aladin’s carpet and into Aladin’s restaurant

The menu at Aladin features a selection of curries to meet the needs of everyone. From saucy dishes to grills and from gluten-free dishes to a dedicated vegan menu, they have it all.

Devour some of the Indian cuisine’s classic dishes from the Chicken Tikka to the Kebabish Jalfrezi, all prepared to ensure that quality is paramount.

Aladin was first opened in 1979 in Brick Lane, serving the Bangladeshi migrant communities of the area. Today, Aladin is a busy and bustling place with its close proximity to some of the best bars and clubs in the area.

Praised by HRH Prince Charles and listed on BBC’s list of ‘World’s Best Curry Houses’, visit Aladin restaurant to dine, quite literally, like royalty.

020 7247 8210

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132 Brick Lane,
London E1 6RU