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Chai Ki, Canary Wharf

Back in London after our incredible wedding and honeymoon in Indonesia and, as always happens when we're away for any reasonable period of time, we were craving 'proper' good Indian food. One of our favourite cuisines, we get withdrawal symptoms after a couple of weeks away.

Cue Chai Ki. We'd spotted this place in Canary Wharf when we'd ventured to the Everyman Cinema just next door (a really excellent cinema, by the way - sofas and all!). We hadn't quite got there yet, but loved the authentic-sounding 'toddy shop' advertised outside.

We don't tend to venture out much in Canary Wharf, but given that it's about 10 minutes away from our home in Greenwich, it felt like a good option for a jetlagged, post-work Indian.

On Indian food in the capital, we generally recommend going one of two ways. The first is cheap and dirty (but just so incredibly delicious) which you can find in the East End curry houses such as Tayyabs and Lahore Kebab House. The s…

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