Somerset Roland Gardens

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

121 Old Brompton Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 3RX, United Kingdom
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Brick Lane

by mcrterry

Hi, we are spending a weekend in London and staying not too far from Brick Lane. I know its cheesy and touristy but a "ruby" has to be done, if only to compare it with Brum's balti shops and Manchester's curry mile (equally touristy and not that good). I am aware that many will not serve alcohol but will that prevent us from bringing in our own wine/beers like we can oop north?

Re: Brick Lane

by leics

It depends on the restaurant.

You'll find some Brick Lane BYOB restaurants here;

Re: Brick Lane

by tango_jd

I disagree about Brum's Balti Houses - I can point you at several really good ones!

Re: Brick Lane

by jo104

Brick Lane is near my office & they do serve beer, spirits and wine although the quality isn't always great. I recommend the Standard in brick lane and the Halaal in Aldgate
Don't forget to get a hot salt beef bagel at the bottom of brick lane

Re: Brick Lane

by mcrterry

Sorry I meant Manchester Tango not Birmingham, no offence. Great help Leic and Jo and thanks for the links. Jo we are staying on City Road how far is it on foot?
Thanks a million

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by djbiskit

This is the most famous store in the World, Harrods. The place is always packed with people since they sell pretty much everything. They have a food hall with excellent desserts, which is where I was mostly. I believe there are six levels which are all accessable by the egyptian escalator, and they even have a luxury bathroom with marble floors.

For the budget traveller, on...

by nieldy

For the budget traveller, on the street, there are stands full of free papers. These are mainly aimed at Southern Hemisphere travellers, hence titles such as 'Southern Cross'. They have lots of details of accomodation, work, and travel within the U.K. and beyond.


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Address: 121 Old Brompton Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 3RX, United Kingdom