The Sheba Restaurant opened its doors in 1974 is now one of the oldest and most respected family run Indian/Bangladeshi restaurant in Brick Lane. Over the decades it has established a great reputation and a firm following with real curry lovers from home and across the world, and it is now widely accepted as the best curry house in London. Dines discounts apply to the a la carte menu only, and do not apply in conjunction with any other offers or promotions, such as our BYOB offer, as Dines customers cannot consume drinks purchased from outside the restaurant while dining at Sheba. All bills through Dines are subject to a 12.5% service charge.
Please note that Dines discounts on food can't be used in conjunction with any other promotions, discounts or set menus.
Tyler Goodalla month ago
I was very ill when I came here but it was not because of the food. I would definitely recommend anyone to eat here. The waiters are super friendly and the food is amazing (I had it the day after) if you do not stop by this location you are really missing out on some authentic asian food.
Dave Murdocha month ago
Nice food, welcoming. Didn't have to wait long for the food. Friendly staff. We had a voucher and the menu you get is different from the main menu. Poppadoms and the mango chutney are overly nice but the rest of the food was nothing special of our normal indian back home.
Marie Browna month ago
I booked as I’d read online it was good food and good value. I don’t regret reserving a table as men harassing me in the street is not my ideal Friday night. Be aware though that the £16.99 set menu is rice OR naan, not both, and you don’t even get the popadoms that are so beloved by everyone. You even get them with a take away so this was a bit unusual but not the absolute end of the world. The food was tasty, but I’m sure if you enjoy haggling you could find somewhere just as tasty that gives you twice as much for your money.
Black Onyx3 months ago
Down Brick Lane there are plenty of places all boasting awards of some kind but I first went by ratings on Google maps, then noticed this was one of the few places that responded to reviews on Google - so I made it a point of visiting there. It's not a big place (sufficient space for about 30 diners, I'd guess) but was quite busy with plenty of staff on standby, being attentive. Some Bollywood played on the TV with the soundtrack piped into the overhead speakers for ambience, but the volume wasn't overly loud. There seemed to be a downstairs but wasn't marked for seating. I found the service quite a quick turnaround - I ordered a Jal Frezie with nan and a Cobra and didn't have long to wait. I thought the curry was pretty tasty, having a nice thick sauce and just the right amount of kick, but there wasn't a great deal of it for the price. Overall, it's definitely more of the "quality over quantity" and I'll be visiting this place again.
Tris Revill2 months ago
There is nothing to shout about here. Friendly fast service and a decent price. Food is a bit too greasy for my liking. Expect a minimum of 30% off the menu and two free drinks when you negotiate with the tout.