The Aladin Restaurant is exclusively known to have been praised by a member of the Royal Family. HRH Prince Charles praised the venue and if you request the management they can playback the tape for you!
The venue has been listed on various write-ups and guides namely 'Evening Standard', ‘East London Advertiser’, 'Timeout', ‘Routard’ and the 'Tourist Guide'. The BBC listed the Aladin Restaurant on its list of 'The World's Best Curry Houses'. Capital Radio (95.8FM) have also listed the Aladin Restaurant as 'One of the Top 10 Greatest Indian Restaurants in London Ever!’. The Venue was declared as the Winner for Best European Restaurant Awards; and in 2008 the restaurant was declared as the Winner for Customer Excellence Awards. The Aladin Restaurant was also declared as the Best Indian Runner Up for London Archant Food & Drinks Award . Aladin Restaurant was short listed for British Curry Awards .
The Aladin Restaurant was traditionally a meeting place for the Bangladeshi community of Brick Lane where they could enjoy true Sylhety native cuisine. Visitors to the area discovered the Aladin 30 years ago and their delight at the quality of food and value for money led to its excellent reputation. Today Aladin sits at the heart of the Curry Capital of Europe and is respectfully regarded as one of the best curry houses in London. The restaurants close proximity to the famous bars and clubs in Brick Lane has made it a great venue for gatherings and parties. More importantly the food prepared by the long standing long serving Chef (who has been cooking at Aladin for over 30 years!) has made Aladin the ideal venue for everyone seeking for a fabulous night out in the heart of London.
Cooking is a form of Art to which we at Aladin are totally dedicated, especially the authentic dishes of the sub-continent (Bangladesh, India & Pakistan). All dishes at Aladin are cooked to perfection.