136 Brick Lane, London E1 6RU.
0207 247 7824
Tube stations (Liverpool St, Aldgate East, Shoreditch High St are all within 5 minutes walking distance.

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.

Various food writers, bloggers and diners have positively commented on Sheba and its great food. Articles of Sheba have featured in Timeout, Evening Standards, Eastern Eye and the Cobra Good Curry Guide. Sheba has been recommended by Toptable Diners, View London, Square Meal, London Food and Drinks Guide and described by Visit London as the” Queen of Brick Lane curries”.

In 2012 Sheba was declared the winner of the best Indian restaurant in Brick Lane by the UK Restaurant Guides and also best in East London by Fluid London.

The Chef promises to use only the finest quality premium meat, vegetables and seafood in his cooking, the passion and commitment to serve the finest quality produce means the dishes are always fresh and full of flavour.

Sheba has a fully licensed Bar that is well stocked with all the favourites drinks and wines you would expect to complement a fine meal.