Canary Wharf's slightly sterile environment isn't often considered to be a top culinary destination, but the fairly recent addition of Chai Ki has managed to spice things up a bit. Founder Rohit Chugh based the menu around the home-style eating he grew up with, so plates are generous and made for sharing. We can tell you that the chicken pear chaat – tender morsels of tandoori chicken tikka with charred gem lettuce, mint and mango thyme dressing – and the goan prawns with tempered coconut rice are irresistibly moreish, as are the butter chicken, the slow-cooked lamb shoulder and the coconut prawns. Beware the naans – they're bigger than our head (large though it is). It's worth popping in even if you're not eating – the Toddy Shop, Chai Ki's bar, brings a spice-infused cocktail list to the table, complete with its own infused Pilsner and a carefully selected wine list.