Launch of new menu at Moksh restaurant, Cardiff, UK

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. Set in Cardiff Bay’s Mermaid Quay, in the presence of some other fantastic Indian restaurants, Moksh does something a little different.

The concept is that of bringing authentic Indian flavours with a contemporary twist almost to a magical conclusion in its presentation. The dishes have both a Goan influence to reflect Gomes’ background, but also recipes from throughout India and Asia. Add in a little excitement with some dry ice and some unorthodox ingredients (such as chocolate and orange chicken tikka, Hyderabadi minced lamb and potato with chilli beetroot foam, Balchao dusted pork belly on tomato charasa and edible paper – all as part of the Moksh delight.) and the novel take on Indian authenticity is clear.

There even happens to be a jerk chicken tikka, as well as a lemon grass and pepper variant. With some other twists on regional specialities like traditional goan fish curry and Dal Bukhara (baked lentils with tomato and cream), Moksh is certainly a fine dining experience to cater for the spectrum of people from the curious and adventurous to the cautious and careful. It also offers monthly recipes for you to cook at home, which is a novel idea indeed. But first we recommend you try the restaurant out for yourself.

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