It is undeniable that Brick Lane is quite an experience: a walk down the narrow, cobbled street is enough to soak in the multicultural heritage that gives this area its vibrant character. Among the beigel shops, street food markets, vintage stores and cafes, you will also walk past some of the capital’s finest curry houses. So, it is almost a guarantee that on the bucket list of every London foodie worth their salt, there is getting a curry on Brick Lane. And the place to go to is Standard Balti House.
Described by its patrons as a ‘genuine delight’ and an ‘outstanding experience’, Standard Balti House deserves every high praise for its welcoming staff and most of all, the mouth-watering, authentic food. The house’s solid menu offers the best quality curry dishes, from the mild and sweet Korma to the sharp and piquant Jalfraze, the aromatic and succulent ingredients will be an explosion of flavours and textures on your tastebuds. Don’t forget the Balti Special Dishes at various levels of heat, all freshly prepared and served in generous portions, and come with the friendliness that has become the trademark of a true Brick Lane curry house.
Standard Balti House has a little something for everyone in its casual charm and lingering air of herbs, spices and warmth. A peer-reviewed food critic, a self-proclaimed foodie, a tired city worker, a wide-eyed tourist, jaded or excited, you are guaranteed an authentic and filling experience of a great curry at this place. Book a table with DiscoEat for 10-50% off food, come with an empty stomach and leave with a smile (and a healthy wallet!).
- Indian cuisine
- Vegetarian options
- Near Aldgate East/Liverpool Street stations
Tuesday: 12:00-24:00 Wednesday: 12:00-24:00 Thursday: 12:00-24:00 Friday: 12:00-24:00 Saturday: 12:00-24:00 Sunday: 12:00-24:00
Address and Map
Brick Lane 71, City of London and Shoreditch, E1 6QL London, Get directions