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East London Indian Chef of the year 2018 at the Asian Restaurant and Takeaway Awards. Winner of the Best Curry House in the UK 2015 by Cobra Good Curry Guide. Sheba is one of the oldest and best loved Indian restaurants in London, Brick Lane. Opened in 1974 Sheba is famous for its traditional Indo-Bengali and modern cooking styles. All ingredients are fresh and carefully sourced from local grocers. With its array of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes Sheba caters for all diners. There is a fully licensed bar serving great wine and beers or why not try one of our cold Lassi's. For real taste of sub continent visit Sheba!
Sheba is one of the best indian restaurants in Brick Lane,
I decided to eat something at Sheba with some friends due to its good reviews here.
It is not a big place, I reckon it has the space for about 30 people.
with brick lane being on the "tourist route" , plus it being a road full of curry houses that would possibly cater for customers that they would never see again , we were not expecting anything special.
how wrong we were ! - the restaurant...More
we visited on a busy saturday night though maybe all saturdays are busy. young exuberant crowd. food was good - subtle, not overwhelmimg but beware, their rating of spice-ness is more accurate than most - I went for a two chilli rating - and it...More
Greeted with poppadoms and chutney plate.
Friendly staff and great portions.
A round of shots on the house at the end. Not rushed allowed to take our time and relax.
Would recommend for groups wanting to take their time and watch the day go by.
My husband and I were in London to celebrate his 40th birthday. We met up with our local friend and returned to this Brick Lane restaurant 4 years since our last visit. The food was still delicious, decent service, and decent prices. The portion sizes...More
Just left this restaurant only went based on reviews and the fact that if you have a full paying guest the birthday person gets a free 3 course meal well this is not true as u get a starter main and they say your rice...More
Booked this restraunt upon genuine feedback from work colleagues who have visited this restraunt.Turned out to be exact as recommended.
Booking service was very welcoming restraunt hasa very pleasant atmosphere food was was amazing shohid was a very helpful waiter aswell thank you guys definitely...More
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