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Badged as the ‘Chef’s Oscars’, the Craft Guild of Chefs Awards took place in a glittering ceremony at London’s Park Lane Hilton on Monday 15th June.

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BBC TWO’s Great British Menu is back and this year the chefs must plate up perfection, as they fight it out for the chance to cook at a glorious banquet celebrating 100 years of The Women’s Institute.

In the tenth series of this popular programme, Stephen is honoured to be representing Wales and ‘flying the flag’ for Moksh in the regional heats, which are to air later this year.  Set to appear alongside Adam Bannister of Slice, Swansea and Phil Carmichael of Berners Tavern, London; we are looking forward to seeing our Chef’s imaginative culinary skills in action!

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It’s back!!…with the introduction of our new menus, we thought we would again offer two lucky people the chance to come and try out our seasonal Tasting Menu.

Simply visit our Facebook page, like the Competition post and leave a comment telling us why you would love to come and experience Chef Stephen’s newest creations! (more…)

As thousands of nominations were received for the inaugural Food Awards Wales, we are pleased to announce that Moksh has been shortlisted in the Best Indian Restaurant category.

The awards aim to recognise the hard work and efforts of the Welsh food industry.  Accolades include restaurants, takeaways, gastro pubs, hotel restaurants, cafes and bistros, as well as shine the spotlight on the wonderful local producers who supply their delicious ingredients.

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In a glittering ceremony, the third Welsh Asian Women’s Achievement Awards (WAWAA) took place on Saturday 25th April in City Hall, Cardiff.  Attended by over 300 people, it was a truly inspirational evening, celebrating the outstanding achievements of Asian women living in Wales.

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The 2015  ‘Welsh Asian Women Achievement Awards’ (WAWAA) ceremony and dinner is being held on Saturday 25th April at City Hall, Cardiff from 7pm.

This all Wales-based award scheme was introduced to recognise, publicise and applaud the merits of deserving Welsh Asian women.

This celebratory evening will include a welcoming drinks reception, a number of Asian entertainment events, an Asian feast cooked by Stephen Gomes, the award-winning chef of the Moksh restaurant, which will lead up to the WAWAA award ceremony and finally followed by popular and vibrant Bollywood dancing.

Tickets are now available by clicking the link below:

Welsh Asian Women Achievement Awards 2015 Tickets