Look through the intricately decorated glass frontage of this Wapping Indian and you will see an expansive dining room done out in white, with vivid red and black chairs, some abstract art on the walls, spotlights in the ceiling and shelves of bottles stretching the length of the place. Taking its inspiration from the ‘sun-kissed shores’ of the Lakshadweep archipelago, Laksha Bay offers a regional taste of the subcontinent from Kashmiri lamb chops to Goan lamb xacute cooked with garlic, ginger and coconut. Other specialities worth noting include duck in tamarind sauce, Bengali-style king prawns and lamb shank baked with mustard, yoghurt, lemon juice and green mango powder. Tandooris, biryanis and a few ‘old favourites’ such as lamb passanda flesh out the repertoire, and there are handy set menus if you fancy sharing. Takeaways and local deliveries within a five-mile radius.
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