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Brick Lane Curry House Montclair Launches New Dinner Delivery Service

Brick Lane Curry House Montclair launches dinner delivery service for Montclair and Glen Ridge NJ.

British Curry at Brick Lane 034“After much demand, We are delighted finally offer delivery service for some of the best curry in Montclair ” said owner Ritesh Patel on the morning of launch day. Dinner delivery will begin at 4pm and continue to 10:30pm. The initial service area will include Montclair and Glen Ridge.

Like the table service restaurant, all food is cooked to order. “Please be patient with us as we we work all this out, and remember our food is made to order so it may take up to 45 mins for delivery. If you want your curry in a hurry pick up is still a viable option “

British Curry at Brick Lane 021Curry, and Indian Food, in New Jersey is an interesting story unto itself. With pharmaceuticals and high tech industries, along with some of the best universities in the nation, the Garden State has become home to many immigrants from India. The curry in Indian Restaurants (the ones frequented by Indians) is akin to what is served in India. At Brick Lane, the curry is based on the curries found in the United Kingdom (British Curry.)

Like the table service restaurant, all food is cooked to order. Patel added “Please be patient with us as we we work all this out, and remember our food is made to order so it may take up to 45 mins for delivery. If you want your curry in a hurry pick up is still a viable option “

Brick Lane

540 Valley Road

Upper Montclair NJ 07043

(973) 509-2100

Brick Lane Curry House will be participating in Taste Of Montclair on March 14, 2016 at the Manor in West Orange NJ.

John Lee is Black Tie and Flip Flops’ Raconteur-In-Chief: the World of food is his playground ~ the whole world! Having a Navy Dad gave John the passion to discover the world. Whether in one of Mr. Boeing’s flying machines, as an armchair traveler with a great book, or a plate beaming with the exotic flavors and fragrances, his day is all about discovering the world and sharing the stories with everyone he meets. 

 John cut his teeth in commercial kitchens starting in high school and continued into his undergrad years, then the media bug bit. After University he spent time at the Washington Post Company before jumping on the first internet wave in the 1990’s at some of the major players of the era. John also established himself as a culinary instructor where his style of cooking was first called “Comfort Food Remixed.” Don’t get him started on Disney Dining, but yes, he tried “the grey stuff” and it is delicious. He is also the Chair of Taste of Montclair and Montclair Restaurant Week. John jokes that he’s staying in NJ because he didn’t have enough miles to trade in for a return ticket home to San Diego, but we think he likes it here. 

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