Brick Lane is a well known street in east London, located in the borough of Tower Hamlets. Its biggest claim to fame is the sheer number of curry restaurants and eateries in the area, which serve everything from the spicy Bangladeshi ‘Rogan Josh’ to mild Indian ‘Kormas’. In fact, the area is popularly referred to as the Curry Mile, attracting thousands of visitors and tourists each year. If there is one place in London where you can experience the vibrancy created by the co-habitation of multiple ethnic communities and nationalities, it is in Brick Lane. The area also hosts numerous outdoor festivals during the spring and summer months, patronised by thousands of revellers each year. In recent years, the area has also made quite a name for itself as the art and fashion destination in the East End, which in turn benefits the hundreds of local businesses in the vicinity.
Big businesses and smaller retail spaces vie for office space in the area. You will find several estate agents doing business in the vicinity, thanks to it gaining popularity as a favoured residential location in the East End. Travel agencies, confectioners, counselling services, footwear retailers, restaurants, food and drink shops and a few solicitors also do profitable trade in Brick Lane. Hamar Acrylic Fabrications Ltd, Company Watch Ltd, Bangla Town and Mann & Co Accountants can all be found in Brick Lane and the surrounding area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
When it comes to evening entertainment, Bishopsgate Institute is an awesome venue for classical music shows. The Old Truman Brewery and The Brickhouse art centres also provide unique entertainment. The list of amazing restaurants that serve unbelievable food in Brick Lane is extensive. Preem, Balti House, Popadums, Bangla Oven, Sweet & Spicy, and Meraz Cafe are just a few of the places where you can satiate your craving for curry. For a traditional taste of old London, you can head to upstairs at the Ten Bells restaurant instead.
Aldgate East and Liverpool Street are the closest tube stations on the underground network, both within walking distance from Brick Lane. Overground rail services can be accessed from Shoreditch High Street station. As far as connectivity to the mainline railway services go, these can be accessed from Fenchurch and Liverpool Street railway stations.
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