Spring Park Hotel

400 Seven Sisters Rd, Manor House, London, N4 2LX, United Kingdom
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Indian restaurants

by Turska

I remember someone telling,that there´s a street in London,where is Indian restaurants,(and some other Asian foods also).I don´t find any info of it.Can someone tell me where it is,and what´s the name of the street?We love Indian.Last time in London we went to one Indian restaurant,but it wasn´t so good.It was at Paddington area.Now we will stay at Victoria area,but could eat somewhere else also.

Re: Indian restaurants

by leics

Loads of them everywhere in London and the UK, but are you perhaps thinking of Brick Lane?




Re: Indian restaurants

by Turska

Yes!That was it!When you said it,I thought that"I should have remembered it!!"Like at Trivial pursuit!
My sister told about that area.Now I can find it at my map.
You are active here!
Thanks again!!

Re: Indian restaurants

by leics



Re: Indian restaurants

by johnaalex

One tip if you go to Brick Lane, do not give in to pressure from the touts offering a free drink etc if you go into their restaurant. Take a walk up and down and select a place that you are happy with (menu, ambiance, price etc). My personal favourite is Shampan's see http://www.shampan.co.uk/.



Re: Indian restaurants

by Turska

Good to know,thanks!We allways read the menus,because we don´t eat "everything",and like to see that they have our favourites.At Indian restaurants it´s mainly different chicken-portions.I will check that restaurant you mentioned :)

Re: Indian restaurants

by planxty

I live quite near Brick Lane and quite honestly, it is not nearly as good as it was. As mentioned above, there are quite pushy touts outside most places now, despite a Council regulation prohibiting them, and the place has become somewhat of a tourist trap. However, in the area, there are some absolutely wonderful "Indian" restaurants. I put Indian in inverted commas as they are nearly all run by Bangladeshis despite the varying types of cuisine offered.

Have a look at the restaurant secion in london here on VT. Tayyab's which is about ten minutes walk from Brick Lane is very good, and there are many others. contact me if you need further information.

Hope this assists,


Re: Indian restaurants

by TheLongTone

Brick lane is now rather touristy... lots of touted restaurants. Best thing there are really the Indian supermarkets. Drummond Street, which is near Euston, is also a good bet. There's a couple of great places selling Indian sweets as well.

Re: Indian restaurants

by Turska

Thanks again! (Why don´t I get info about answers to my e-mail anymore??) I haven´t check so much restaurant-tips this time,since we are staying only 2,5 days.I have noticed that at short trips is best to know area,where tp eat,not take too much addresses,and use so much time trying to find them.
This restaurant-thing is also so personal.If I love some palce,my friend might hate it ;) Luckily me and my husband have quite the same taste.

Re: Indian restaurants

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Re: Indian restaurants

by leics

Erm.......yes indeed, all the replies above are mostly about Brick Lane.

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Address: 400 Seven Sisters Rd, Manor House, London, N4 2LX, United Kingdom