There are three truths universally acknowledged: London is a food haven, one of the quintessentially British traits is saying “let’s go for an Indian night”, and if you are in London and want to go for a curry, you have to head to Brick Lane. Walking down the well-trodden lane among the eclectic crowd of fashionable hipsters, wide-eyed tourists, talented musicians, and chatty merchants, you will find an impressive array of curry houses, one of which is Eastern Eye Balti House.
What sets Eastern Eye Balti House apart is the well-lit space, the excellent hospitality, and the quality of its menu. The house offers many of the familiar traditional dishes, but to have the fullest experience, go for one of the chef’s specials: Nawabi Raan - the tender and well-seasoned lamb shank, the piquant and bold Rajasthani - de-boned lamb cooked over slow fire with yoghurt, sundried red chillies and red onions in rich Kashmiri masalah, or Ghost Daicha - lamb served with chana lentils.
It is not an easy task to pick a curry house on Brick Lane, but once you have settled down, it is always guaranteed to be quite a warming experience. Let us persuade you a bit further with our 10-50% off the food bill when you book through DiscoEat, so don’t hesitate and go to Eastern Eye Balti House today!
- Indian cuisine
- Vegetarian options
- Close to Aldgate East/Shoreditch High 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 63A, Spitalfields, E1 6QL London, Get directions