Laksha Bay Restaurant Celebrates National Curry Week

Laksha Bay, the finest Indian restaurant and takeaway in the Wapping area, was celebrating National Curry Week with a menu packed full of mouth-watering Indian cuisine. The celebration, which ran from 13th – 19th October, heralds 200 years of Indian restaurants in the UK, and the diversity of the international food that is currently available on British shores.

Laksha Bay is one of the most popular Indian restaurants in Wapping, and regularly serves up a myriad of these diverse dishes to their customers, whether they’re eating in the contemporary restaurant or ordering a takeaway to enjoy in their homes. From popular Tikka Masala to the more niche dishes like Baingan Bharta, Laksha Bay gets right into the spirit of National Curry Week with a smattering of tasty, authentic cuisine inspired by the Lakshadweep archipelago.

A spokesman for the restaurant says, “National Curry Week is a fantastic week to celebrate the diversity of cuisine we now find in establishments all over Britain – and none more so than in our own restaurant! We offer something for all curry lovers, whether they stick to the traditional or prefer to push the boundaries of their palate; whether they prefer a mild and creamy dish or a fiery hot spectacular to make their taste buds tingle.”

National Curry Week started 17 years ago to commemorate the first Indian restaurant that opened in Britain in 1809. 34 George Street, Portman Square, London, was the address of the first Indian cuisine available on these shores – and now 200 years later, curry is claimed to be the ‘national dish’ of Britain. Many new curry dishes have even been created on these shores, cementing the curry’s status as one of the much-loved meals of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Laksha Bay’s menu is packed full of interesting cuisine that celebrates the best of authentic Indian meals and contemporary British ideas. The chefs at Laksha Bay undertook extensive research in order to hone the menu, ensuring that real Indian cooking techniques are used to create the unique dishes, packed with tender meat, fresh vegetables and aromatic herbs. It’s this attention-to-detail – and of course, the powerful flavours – that make curry so popular, and ensure that National Curry Week is an event not to be missed!

To explore the range of delicious curries and other Indian dishes available from Laksha Bay to eat-in or takeaway, visit the website at: www.lakshabay.co.uk call 020 7481 0777 to speak to a member of staff.