Aladin Restaurant in London Giving Discount Vouchers to Patrons to Get Own Alcohol

Foodies visiting Aladin, a renowned Indian curry restaurant in East London, can now request discount vouchers for purchasing their own liquor from the local off-license. There are no corkage charges as well for the consumption.

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Aladin

We welcome our patrons regardless whether they bring their own alcohol for consumption or use our cellar. Our staff will be delighted to open and serve drinks to you.

London, UK (PRWEB) December 30, 2013

Aladin, an award winning Indian curry restaurant in Brick Lane, London, is now offering discount vouchers for the customers should they wish to purchase their own alcohol from the local off-license. The restaurant won’t take a dime as corkage charge as well.

“We welcome our patrons regardless whether they bring their own alcohol for consumption or use our cellar. Our staff will be delighted to open and serve drinks to you. While most restaurants in London place convenience charges for bringing in alcohol, we have done away with it. In fact, our discount vouchers encourage you for that,” commented a senior manager with the hotel.

Food served by Aladin is a brilliant blend of flavours, colours, seasoning, fragrance, taste and visual appeal. Curries are authentic, atmosphere is vibrant and helpful attitude of staff makes the meals even more enjoyable. Menu is extensive with choices that cater to the veg and non-veg alike. Full menu of the restaurant is available on their website. Patrons are advised to book their tables in advance for convenience. This will also help them avail 20% discount on total bill.

This Indian curry restaurant in Brick Lane has been the winner of several awards. As the manager said, “Best European Restaurant Award 2013, listing on BBC’s ‘World’s Best Curry Houses’, being voted No.1 Whatpoll Best Brick Lane Curry House and getting rated 5 Star by Evening Standard are some of the accolades bagged by the restaurant. We were even praised by HRH Prince Charles when he visited the East End.”

Recognised as one of the best curry houses in London, Aladin is good for gatherings and parties, thanks to its proximity to some renowned clubs and bars in London. Click here for more info. One can have some delightful time in Brick Lane by having food in the restaurant and then moving on to a happening club to shake legs. Visit site of Aladin for more information.

About the Restaurant

Aladin is among the most popular Indian restaurants in London serving authentic Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi cuisines. The restaurant focuses on providing fine quality food made with fresh ingredients. The dishes are prepared under the supervision of a master chef who has been with the restaurant for more than 25 years. Explore here for additional information.

Contact Information:

Aladin
132 Brick Lane
London E1 6RU
020 7247 8210
Email: aladinbricklane(at)hotmail(dot)co(dot)uk
Website: http://www.aladinbricklane.co.uk/


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