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Cuisine: Indian
Price Point: Mains from $25 - $35

Indian-inspired food gets a cheeky little twist at Brick Lane, the perfect place to take your mates or your date on your next meal out.

This industrial venue is chic but comfortable – you’ll love to relax here and just let the food and drinks be the heroes of your night.

Start your meal with one of the snacks, perfect to share with friends. We hear the chaat bombs and crispbread puff stuffed with spiced potato are simply to die for.

Follow this up with a lighter bite, such as the kingfish ceviche and the marinated duck. But make sure you leave room for the bigger eats too, like a gunpowder cauliflower and paneer and bangin’ pork masala.

There are plenty of vegetarian options on the menu, with some gluten-free dishes too. And for those with a sweet tooth, the dessert menu does not disappoint.

Brick Lane is a licensed restaurant, and you can pair your meal with one of the wines or beers from their extensive list. There’s even a range of signature cocktails and a gin and tonic selection that will excite any enthusiast.

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Brick Lane
75 Stanley Street
Darlinghurst 2010

Open Hours:
Daily: 12pm- Late

Phone: 02 8964 9318

Sample Menu *may not be current

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Brick Lane
Location: Darlinghurst
Cuisine: Indian
Mains: $25 - $35

Reviews

Roger Tavener

Beware! Brick Lane serves tremendous quirky Indian food, but doesn't scrimp on portions.
Consequently, we ordered too much, despite the charming waitress warning us.
Our particular favourites were the onion bhajis, the delicious BBQ prawn on betel leaf, "cheeseburger"spring rolls, starter dumplings and butter chicken curry. Even the basmati rice was spot-on. All in one of Sydney's loveliest streets.

- dined at Brick Lane on

A warm welcome from our waitress, with a menu ‘twisted’ and inventive, we ordered the Momo, Veggie balls and prawn betel leaves - all delicious with what seemed like careful, thoughtful and ultimately very satisfying bites! Kingfish was also a standout! I would go again!

- dined at Brick Lane on

The service here was great, had a very friendly waitress who spoke us through the options and recommendations. Food was a little hit and miss we felt. The mains and sides we tried we enjoyed (cauliflower curry, cucumber salad and broccoli), but wasn't as impressed with the entrees.

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Nico Behl

Sample Menu on FT doesn't show anything about the spice levels so whn u take someone that's vegan and doesn't do spice too well not the place to go not many options to choose from. But the couple of dishes we did try were very yum! Just b aware 85% of the menu is hot!

- dined at Brick Lane on

Roger Tavener

Beware! Brick Lane serves tremendous quirky Indian food, but doesn't scrimp on portions.
Consequently, we ordered too much, despite the charming waitress warning us.
Our particular favourites were the onion bhajis, the delicious BBQ prawn on betel leaf, "cheeseburger"spring rolls, starter dumplings and butter chicken curry. Even the basmati rice was spot-on. All in one of Sydney's loveliest streets.

- dined at Brick Lane on

Raj Sharif

Good food and good service. Would visit again for sure

- dined at Brick Lane on

A warm welcome from our waitress, with a menu ‘twisted’ and inventive, we ordered the Momo, Veggie balls and prawn betel leaves - all delicious with what seemed like careful, thoughtful and ultimately very satisfying bites! Kingfish was also a standout! I would go again!

- dined at Brick Lane on

Ida Manner

Just moved in the area and wanted to try out Brick Lane as it has an interesting Indian menu with a twist. Service was good, knowledgeable and friendly. Food itself was quite average, the chickpea fries we’re nice and spicy but very dry. Momos were great but for the price the portion was very small. The cauliflower curry was also very dry paired with rice. Dessert creme brulee was lovely. For the discounted price it was a good meal, however I would not pay the full price.

- dined at Brick Lane on

Service was brilliant. The scallops, duck samosa and spring rolls, Indian pork belly tacos were a highlight.

- dined at Brick Lane on

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