There’s no rule that says subcontinental dining needs to be old fashioned to be good, and yet few restaurants stray from the expected Raj-era décor, those little copper pots and North Indian curries that have been adapted for Western palates. Except at Brick Lane. This is a thoroughly modern iteration of a curry house, which is why it has managed to slip through the Italian stranglehold on Stanley Street….. READ MORE
The Indian at Brick Lane is more rad than trad. There’s not a homemade roti in sight, nor are you likely to find subcontinental staples like butter chicken and rogan josh on the menu. Instead, prepare yourself for unexpected combinations that take the concept of fusion to the next level….READ MORE
The Darlinghurst diner is offering its eight-course feasts – with bottomless beer and wine – at (almost) half price.
Throughout July, Darlinghurst’s sort-of-Indian diner, Brick Lane, is doing its ordinarily $55 feasts with bottomless beer and wine for $29 a head.
From Tuesday to Thursday, book in for a 1.5-hour sitting between 5pm and 6pm for eight cuisine-bending courses channelling the spices and flavours of India at just over half the usual price. READ MORE…..
We’re pretty excited that we got to meet celebrity chef Miguel Maestre and British food writer and celebrity chef Anjum Anand (The Spice Taylor) and the Living Room crew who chose Brick Lane for their Indian jaffle cook up! Watch the full segment online at 10 Play. Watch the full segment here
Even if your bank account's looking a little light pre-pay day, it needn't mean resorting to an entire week of Mi Goreng. Not when you've got the legends at Brick Lane offering what might just be the best value dinner deal around. Read More….
Learn to cook chorizo and chutney jaffle with Anjum Anand and Miguel Maestre at Brick Lane. As featured on Channel 10’s The Living Room.
Brick Lane, inspired by the well-known street in London, is a unique and wonderful addition to the Sydney food scene. The owners were inspired to open an Indian restaurant in Sydney, but were determined to be something out of the ordinary, and they have definitely succeeded. Kiran, one of the owners, told us that Brick Lane is uniquely Sydney - Indian food, but the way Sydney-siders like to eat - fresh, light, innovative and with beverages to match.
Stanley Street continues to re-energise with an array of new bars and eateries opening. There’s plenty of cuisines on offer; italian, malaysian, american, japanese and Brick Lane then is the one that’s the Indian one. But what Brick Lane does, is fusion eats – an experimental contemporary Indian menu that is really quite interesting and features eats that diners wouldn’t normally associate with the subcontinent. Ceviches? Pork Belly? Yes, its here on their clever menu.
How about some punchy, modern Indian eats, a bit of street art, and plenty of lively atmosphere to warm up your evening? Serving all of the above, and more, Darlinghurst’s Brick Lane is the winter bar and eatery you’ll keep coming back to, again and again. Pop in for dinner, then cap off the evening with a few creative cocktails or one of the signature G&T twists. Read More.....
The collision of cultures on a plate can cause confusion at times. But fusion need not be a dirty word. Take Brick Lane; an unconventional play on Indian cuisine that’s reliant on the flavours, but not on the traditions....read more
he first thing to do when you arrive at Brick Lane, the southern Indian-inspired restaurant in the old Italian bastion of Stanley Street, Darlinghurst, is to order an enormous drink.....read more
“Experimental Indian” isn’t something you’d hear often around Sydney’s dining scene a few years ago. Now, it’s picking up, and a few inventive restaurants across the city are really highlighting a side of Indian cuisine that moves far away from excessively creamy butter chicken and puffy, indulgent cheese naan......read more