CUISINE: North Indian, Chinese
BITES AND BOOZE: Being a primarily North Indian restaurant, Moksha doesn’t fail to impress in some of its oriental varieties when it comes to their delicacies. The Kai Prik KrappawThwy (tamarind minced chicken with basil in tortilla chip), and Phak Bua Krob (crispy lotus stem and scallions in tamarind sauce) are starters that you must lookout for. The winner of the night, was the perfectly cooked chicken in all their mughlai varieties. May it be the Murgh Badami shorba soup, the Dilkhush Kebab, or the Murg Kothmiri Kebab. If you love mushrooms, Gucci Bharwan Kumbh will be the perfect dish to make your day. Their Ragda Pattice in a Cutting Chai glass was the standout dish in terms of presentation. However, the various layers in the glass have particularly strong flavours that you must opt for only if you have a palate for the same.
FAB OR DRAB: With an ambience suited for fine dining and perhaps a quiet dinner with friends or family, Moksha doesn’t disappoint. Generous portions, good service and comfortable seating, it makes for a place you want to treat yourself to a special night.
Hotel Jewel Of Chembur, Near Natraj Cinema, Chembur East, Mumbai – Nancy Varghese
Volume 5 Issue 4