News and Reviews

NEWS & REVIEWS

The Regional Awards | We need your vote!

The Regional Awards has now launched in Cardiff, Bristol & Swansea.  Bringing a transparent and completely independent judging format that recognises the achievements, expertise and hard work of the most remarkable businesses and individuals in the region.

We are pleased to announce that we have been nominated for Restaurant of the Year for The Regional Awards, Cardiff 2016.  However, we need your vote!!

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Come and Experience the Tasting Menu | WIN A MEAL FOR TWO

It’s back!!…with the introduction of our new menus, we are again offering two lucky people the chance to come and experience our seasonal Tasting Menu.

Considered by critics as the ‘Lady Gaga of Indians’, we always love to have fun with our dishes at Moksh, from chocolate orange chicken tikka, to our onion bhaji sponge and lamb cheesecake…both of which are on the new Tasting Menu!

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Are you looking for the perfect present?

Are you looking for the perfect present this year?  Have you got family or friends who love visiting Moksh? Why not treat them to a culinary experience this Christmas and call into the restaurant for a gift voucher.

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REVIEWS

The atmosphere makes you feel at home from the moment you walk through the door and without giving too much away, the experience will be for all five senses!

Kayleigh May O’Leary

My favourite restaurant – amazing food and great service always – cannot say enough good things about Moksh – Cannot wait to try the new menu!!

Jason Everett

The taster menu was a wonderful mix of Indian and modern gastronomy. I highly recommend it as something everyone must experience!

James Thorne

Patron and award-winning chef Stephen Gomes has created something rather spectacular in Moksh, so much so that we need to share this with the rest of the nation.

Good Things Magazine

An exciting experience. Fantastic food with an innovative twist. Outstanding level of service.

Welsh Curry Awards 2014

Moksh isn’t your typical curry house. As soon as you step inside and see the psychedelic patterns painted onto the walls and ceiling, you get the feeling the food’s going to be a little bit out of the ordinary, too.

Kacie Morgan – The Rare Welsh Bit