Tuesday, April 22, 2014

At long last, Brick Lane Curry relocating to Second Avenue

[EVG file photo]

It was almost exactly three years ago that we heard that Brick Lane Curry was going to relocate to 99 Second Ave. between East Sixth Street and East Fifth Street.

Via a sign in the bathroom (!!!) at the East Sixth Street location, Fork in the Road learned that the move will take place in the next three to four weeks.

Per FITR: "The curries and tandoor oven will make the move, too — and you'll still be able to get phaal, one of the hottest dishes in the city."

And this Second Avenue space is huge at 7,000-square-feet and three levels.

Previously, the address was home to Sea Salt, the short-lived fish place that remained intact for several years after closing.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Brick Lane Curry House still planning Second Avenue expansion

World's largest Brick Lane Curry House slated for 99 Second Avenue


nygrump said...

I bet this will be finished right about the time they finish the Cooper Square work. They are actually digging today, they've fully boxed old Mr Cooper's statue and are digging at the south end of the park, where the old underground latrine used to be and is supposedly still there...

Walter said...

I have some very fond memories of Bricklane Curry, right, Elizabeth?

Easywriter said...

The most outrageously over-priced and over-rated food I ate on a recent month-long stay in NYC. Avoid.