Author: katie

For the 11th consecutive year, some of the nation’s top chefs have, this week, taken part in the final of the UK South Asian Chef Competition (SACC).

Eight chefs from throughout the UK took to the kitchen at Bradford College’s The Grove Restaurant, to battle it out for the prestigious title. (more…)

We currently have the following vacancies at Moksh, available for immediate start:

  • Waiting Staff


With the Rugby World Cup 2015 starting in a week’s time, we are pleased to announce that for certain matches we will be extending our normal opening hours:

Saturday 19th September: Ireland vs Canada, Millennium Stadium | 12pm – 2.30pm and 6pm – 12am

Sunday 20th September: Wales vs Uruguay, Millennium Stadium | 12pm – 2.30pm and 6pm – 11pm


This month, our recipe is for Andhra Lamb Curry.  A personal favourite of Chef Stephen Gomes; it was the focus for his recent main course dish – 5000 Miles from Andhra on the Great British Menu 2015.  Inspired by a project undertaken by the Derbyshire Women’s Institute, who raised money to provide safe drinking water in the drought affected villages of the Khammam District of Andhra Pradesh in India; Stephen’s dish celebrated the inspirational nature of the WI.


We are pleased to announce that the first cookery class of 2015 will be on Saturday 12th September.

Join multi-award winning Chef Stephen Gomes as he takes you on a culinary journey exploring the different styles and skills required in modernist Indian cuisine.

An informative but most of all fun day of hands on cooking, this is perfect for enthusiastic cooks who have a passion for Indian cuisine and enjoy learning new skills in a modern and relaxed environment.


We have recently had some lovely reviews and been featured in a number of articles.  Here are a selection:

The Rare Welsh Bit by Kacie Morgan

“Why it’s good to play with your food”