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Butlers Wharf Chop House Restaurant
Nice restaurant with excellent menu. One of the best Indian restaurants I've been to in years. I would definitely recommend and it's not expensive. Will be returning in the near future.
Good value, friendly staff, efficient service. Bit of confusion as was asked 3 times by different staff if I had booked a table. Think there were other online bookings so adding to confusion. Despite over ordering as usual we managed to eat everything. The prawn Hara Mirchi was lovely and the Peshwari nan light and fluffy. Good take away service with free delivery locally.
Went here for a birthday dinner . 15 of us first waiter was useless he first stood at the head of the table to take orders. Until we asked him to come over! The orders were missed up waited awhile for meals to come. But it was a good night the food is delicious !
We found that the food was better than the average Indian restaurant, and the price was very good too. A place to visit again!
Portions pretty small and main course meat dishes too sweet and flavourless
Really enjoyed Laksha Bay, excellent food, particularly enjoyed the tandoori mixed starter, friendly service, large restaurant tables not to close together, will definitely return.
Starting off with a drink at the Prospect of Whitby gave my German friend an introduction to a part of London not often visited by people from overseas. I had prebooked the Lashka Bay in preference to those up-market umpteen star pretentious establishments in the West End which in any case seem to serve "fusion" food. My German visitor wanted the real thing and so did I. We were not disappointed.
We were met by a friendly ,genuine Indian Cockney who patiently explained the dishes to us (for there were some with which I was not familiar) We were given plenty of time to choose over some fresh, crisp pappaddums and pickles. The food was excellent. Tasty, well presented and served.
All in all a very enjoyable meal in nice surroundings with friendly staff. Highly recommended. I will certainly return when next in London. I was born in Limehouse but have lived many years in the Midlands and am fascinated to see how this part of of the East End has developed.
We went here very impromptu, as just coming back from the city and were a little bit too tired to go all the way to brick lane. This restaurant was only minutes from the station so easy to get to. food wise they have the usual Indian dishes, but i went for one of the chef specials. 'Calcutta lamb'. It was really good. Better than some of not most brick lane curry houses. We would definitely go again. It was a bit quiet for a Saturday night, but that was good for us as we got a table by booking 10 mins in advance.
The menu is happily smaller than many Indian restaurants, thus not overwhelming. There are a number of specialties which are well worth trying. The food is excellent. All dishes we ordered were all very different, spicy and not oily or creamy. The ambience is also good, not too quiet, but not too loud. Service is friendly and with good humour.
A great value and excellent curry! Loved it and I would go back again.
LAKSHA BAY - WAPPING LANE.In a previous life i worked in Brick Lane and the environs including Wapping Lane. Decided to avoid the 'new' Brick Lane and it's pushy on the pavement staff. Opted for quiet but well decoratecLaksha bay. We had booked for 7pm , but arrived just as they opened at 6pm so ambience a little flat (not their fault). However all staff very attentive and impressed that they allowed us to finish each course before taking next course order. The mixed platter and tandoori lamb chops were superb esp lamb samosa. Mains was a chalenge - Tandoori lamb shank! lovely but little too much on top of the startes.The curry/gravy that it came in was as good as i remember it.Well Done!!