Joy Lindholm wrote:If you like Indian food, Brick Lane (a neighborhood) on the east end of London has the best Indian Food I have ever come across - anywhere! You feel like you are in little India, with restaurants everywhere, surrounded by Sari shops and Indian grocery stores. It is a fun place to walk through even if you aren't into Indian Food. I can't recommend a specific place there, as it has been 8 years since I was in London, but I'm sure the locals will steer you in the right direction. If you take the tube, I believe Whitechapel is the nearest station.
Rahsaan wrote:Be careful. These days I would say that 99% of those places are either atrocious tourist traps or non-descript fast food places. I would look very closely at reviews/specific recommendations before choosing one of them.
That said it's a big city and if you're into Indian/Pakistani/Bangladeshi (and Brick Lane is actually Bengali) food, London clearly beats Paris by a long mile.
Joy Lindholm wrote:...it was exactly where the locals would send you and decidedly UN-touristy. That just goes to show - go where the locals tell you...
Rahsaan wrote:Although as Fredrik says above, not all locals are created equal. Especially in London!
Jon Peterson wrote:Robin - any intersection with your travels and ours?
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