Brick Lane

Discovered by Angelukauskait


Place To See


Bangladeshi migrants have settled since the 1950s around this long road. Today it's full of trendy boutiques, art galleries, indoor indie markets, and great curry houses.

Insider Tip

Grab a rainbow salt beef bagel at the original 24 hour Beigel shop, and check out the Truman Brewery's indoor food market offering international dishes. Don't forget to look up to see more of the neighborhood’s vibrant and varied artwork.

Afar Magazine
It was Bangladeshi and Jewish immigrants who put East London’s Brick Lane on the map with affordable, authentic bagel shops and curry houses that still draw late-night crowds to the area View full review from Afar Magazine
Lonely Planet
Full of noise, colour and life, Brick Lane is a vibrant mix of history and modernity, and a palimpsest of cultures. View full review from Lonely Planet
Address: Brick Ln, London, England