About Us

About us
About Brick Lane Curry House

Have a drink & curry on….

Love Indian curries and wanna explore beyond Chicken Tikka Masala and Butter Chicken? Well, you are at the right place!

A plethora of real Indian curries prepared with superior, handpicked ingredients and ingenious techniques await you at Bricklane Curry House, not only to satiate your taste buds but also the senses of smell and sight.

A top-rated Indian restaurant in the New York and New Jersey area - Bricklane Curry House is inspired by the traditional curry houses of Brick Lane in London, where curry has replaced fish and chips as the national meal. Although the ‘curry row’ like that in the Brick Lane of London is long gone, Bricklane Curry House in the US is still standing strong even after 20+ years.

BLCH is the brain-child of Ajit Bains, who grew up in London and is an ardent curry-lover. Having not found a single real curry place in the US, he collaborated with his friend Sati Sharma, a chef turned restaurateur, and established the first Brick Lane Curry House in 2002 on the East 6th street in New York City, between 29 Bangladeshi restaurants very much alike “BANGLA TOWN” aka “ BRICKLANE” in East London.

Over the years, the Brick Lane Curry House in the East Village, NYC has spread its wings and two more outlets opened up in different locations in the US. At present, BLCH is present in NYC, Jersey City and Upper Montclair where diners can enjoy the real curry experience.

So what are you waiting for? Come on in!

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Our Signature Dishes

Some of our signature dishes

Watch out for some of our fabulous lunch specials which have been loved by our patrons for over a decade now.

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An excruciatingly hot curry, more sweat and pain than flavor, for our customers who do take on this challenge,we require you to state a verbal disclaimernot holding usliable for any physical oremotional damage after eating it.If you do finish your serving, a bottle of beer/lassi is on us, as is a certificate of completion and your picture in the (P)hall of fame