Excellent food in quiet surroundings. The service and friendliness of the Staff was great. We were 14 people on a quiet evening. So getting attention and Good service was of course easy.
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this restaurant is the best in wapping by a lot. just spent a month there and they have resisted the trend towards the bland without getting too spicy.
Our usual takeaway Red Chilli was closed for some reason so we thought we would try Laksha Bay - I ate here about 5 years ago and vowed never to go back. However, the curry craving was too strong and we thought we would try...More
My partner & I recently moved to Wapping and were looking for a local place to have a nice Indian when my aunt & uncle were in town. We were not disappointed at Laksha Bay. Everything we ate was to a high standard and the...More
I am indian, the food was Terrible. Food wise quality is worst than whitechappel cheap restaurants. Only interiors are nice. Oily foood and not tasty. They should fire the chef. Chicken biryani was a joke. If you want bloated stomach eat there. Its not indian...More
Visited here with my partner and we both loved it! I often go for vegetarian dishes but they can be bland-not the case here- very flavoursome and rich. My partner equally enjoyed his meat dish. The restaurant setting is also very nice with very polite...More
This is the second or third time I've eaten here and I can't remember it being as poor before. At 9pm on a Friday night the place was almost empty, which wasn't a good sign. I ordered fish pakora which turned out to be a...More
I ate with my family. Prompt service. After poppadams we ordered a chicken bhuna, a chicken madras, a vegetable curry and a chicken byriani. The veg curry was average. The other meals sadly, were poor and not what we expected from previous experiences. In particular,...More
Visited twice now, and really can't recommend this place. It's quiet on most nights for a reason. Food is certainly edible but not that great, with food colourings and flour overused in some dishes, and overly spicy, presumably to mask lack of flavour. Not that...More