Sheba Brick Lane

Sheba Brick Lane, 136 Brick Lane, London

About Sheba Brick Lane
Sheba Brick Lane
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Average Price: £25 and under
Cuisine: Indian
Dress Code: Casual Dress
A no nonsense Brick Lane curry house, Sheba was the setting of the Peter Kay commercial for John Smiths. It’s not difficult to see why the producers chose this restaurant out of so many. Opened in 1972, it has long been the epitome of the family run Indian restaurant. Having undergone several improvements over the years, Sheba is contemporary and smart, decorated in a fiery red with Bollywood movies playing on the big screen. A host of awards and accolades are proof of Sheba’s ability to produce what is widely accepted to be the best Indian, Bangladeshi and Pakistani cuisine on Brick Lane, with connoisseurs returning time and again to sample fine vegetarian, meat and indeed seafood dishes. One of the longest standing restaurants in the area, Sheba is about much more than just the lamb bhuna.

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Sheba Brick Lane 136 Brick Lane, London