2Day Hit 104.1

2Day Hit 104.1

6 Must Try Restaurants in Sydney 

Looking for some comfort food that will warm you from the inside out? Then look no further than recently opened Brick Lane in Darlinghurst, for modern and unconventional share style dishes that use bangin’ flavours from the Indian Subcontinent....read more

Smudge Eats

Smudge Eats

A Lighter Style Of Indian

Unconventional and subcontinental, Brick Lane is bringing the flavours of India to the heart of Darlinghurst. Taking its inspiration from London’s Brick Lane – known for its world-class curries, provocative street art and impelling fashion – Brick Lane is a place for foodies to experience something new.  Read more....

THE_F

THE_F

HOW TO EAT FOR AUTUMN ACCORDING TO BRICK LANE CHEF, JOEY INGRAM

Summer’s over. Gone are the backyard barbecues, beach sessions and fresh, light, ‘summertime vibes’ menus we’ve learnt to love over the past three months as the weather changes and so to do the food offerings in our favourite restaurants.....read more

Time Out Sydney

Time Out Sydney

A hip Indian diner lands in Darlo

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...read more

BROADSHEET

BROADSHEET

Fun, unconventional & experimental...

The venue uses the spices and flavours of India, but not to make Indian food. Its owners, Kiran Bains and Alistair French, brought in Joey Ingram (ex-Claude’s and Tetsuya’s) to change traditional Indian fare into something cuisine-bending and new. Read more...

The Urban List

The Urban List

A contemporary take on the delicious spices from the Indian Subcontinent – think flavours of India, in non-Indian dishes. 

A slice of London has come to Sydney in the form of delicious Indian food at Darlinghurst restaurant, Brick Lane. British born owners Kiran Bains and Alistair French were inspired by famous East London street, Brick Lane, which is known equally for their delicious Indian food as they are for their street art and celebration of all things unconventional. Read more....

Weekend Notes

Weekend Notes

A brand new restaurant with the perfect combination of delicious fusion fare and a stylish small bar

East London's Brick Lane area is famous for its quirky art and delicious subcontinental food which British owners Kiran and Alistair loved so much, they brought it with them to Stanley Street, Darlinghurst. Read more....

 

Eat Drink Play with Ms Darlinghurst

Eat Drink Play with Ms Darlinghurst

Follow the yellow Brick Lane to this new Darlinghurst restaurant.

British born owner’s Kiran Bains and Alistair French are set to launch next Wednesday 2nd November. The concept is inspired by the famous street, ‘Brick Lane’ in East London. This street is renowned for its cuisine originating from the Indian Subcontinent. It also happens to be profuse with an eclectic mix of culture, street art, food and fashion. Read more......

TimeOut Sydney:

TimeOut Sydney:

Top five dishes to try at Darlinghurst’s hottest new restaurant

We’re very excited about Brick Lane opening. So excited, in fact, that we persuaded the owners, Kiran Bains and Alistair French, to give us an exclusive tasting of the menu, weeks before they open their doors on Wednesday November 2.

So what are our picks? Here’s the rundown…Click here to read more

TimeOut Sydney:

TimeOut Sydney:

An amazing new restaurant is opening in Darlinghurst

If you've ever been to Brick Lane in East London, you’ll know how famous the street is for subcontinental food. New Darlinghurst eatery, Brick Lane's co-owner Kiran Bains wanted to capture the essence of the London street in her Sydney resto, but with a twist – their slogan is ‘Unconventional Subcontinental’......click here to read more