Brick Lane Curry House

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Details
99 2nd Ave (btwn 5th and 6th St)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 979-2900
Indian, Buffet
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM
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  • For a taste of the hot and savory, try the London-style Indian food from Brick Lane Curry House in the trendy East Village.
  • Become a Phaal Curry Monster like myself
  • Meat sizzler, lamb samosa, butter masala, garlic naan and anything else.
  • Order the Paneer Vindaloo and a Taj Mahal.
  • Mango mojito is tasty
  • If you have a strong constitution, try the Phaal an excruciatingly hot curry. Otherwise, the Chicken Tikka Masala is a safe bet, paired with Sesame Naan.
  • Probably the best curry house in New York City...try the Lasanu Gobi - Cauliflower to die for and also the Chicken Tikka Masala and my Fav the Lamb Vindalooo. The Phaal is not for the fainthearted !
  • Avoid the Phaalbat all costs. It might kill you.
  • New location. Can't go wrong with the food here.
  • While it is definitely delicious don't order saag paneer when you are with a group of friends post beer heavy football match. They will make fun of you for being a veggie even if you are a carnivore.
  • Known for their 'spiciest curry ever' gimmick, this spot stands out from many of the others on the East Village's Indian restaurant row.
  • If you order the phaal prepare to die lol
  • The lunch buffet is kind of ridiculously awesome
  • The lunch buffet is just awesome and is worth for $9.99
  • good Indian - if you have to wait at bar they serve
  • The best Indian place on 6th Ave. Brunch buffet is an especially good deal.
  • Do not drink the sodas. They taste creepy for some reason.
  • Try the hot Phaal if you think you can take the heat! One of the hottest food I ever tasted!
  • The phaal is all hype. It has no flavor at all and isn't even that hot.
  • Readers' Poll winner of The Village Voice Best of NYC 2012 Best Spicy Food!