Review: Brick Lane brings the lighter side of Indian dining to Darlinghurst (Sydney)

“Experimental Indian” isn’t something you’d hear often around Sydney’s dining scene a few years ago. Now, it’s picking up, and a few inventive restaurants across the city are really highlighting a side of Indian cuisine that moves far away from excessively creamy butter chicken and puffy, indulgent cheese naan. Brick Lane is but the latest to join that inventive few, mirroring London’s popular restaurant of the same name, molded to fit Sydney sensibilities in an old terrace on the increasingly viable Stanley Street. Settling into its inner-city spot, Brick Lane seems to be focused on light and casual eats, flipping Indian influences to present something wholly original and exciting.... Read More | Share it now!

Recipe: Brick Lane’s Scallop and Kingfish Ceviche

Since opening last year, Darlinghurst restaurant Brick Lane has proven to be a growing force for Sydney’s casual dining scene. Standing on the increasingly busy Stanley Street, the experimental Indian kitchen run by Head Chef Joey Ingram has gained a large local following with interesting twists on the cuisine alongside fresh-focused classics inspired by other countries, like this beauty we’ve sourced a recipe for. The Scallop and Kingfish Ceviche is one of the restaurant’s most popular dishes and they’ve kindly provided us with the full recipe. ... Read More | Share it now!