Friday, July 20, 2007

Eat Out

A new restaurant " MOKSH" opened for public on 07/07/07 in Hyderabad. It is located on the Ministers road, overlooking the Tank Bund and the Necklace road. Hyderabadis, especially the vegetarians will know the restaurant " NEST" which doesn't exist anymore. And Moksh is located on the same premises. It is the "UTSAV" ( A leading pure Veg restaurant located adjacent to LAMBA Theater, Secunderabad) owners new initiative.

Moksh is a three storeyed buliding with the first floor for 'Fine Dining" - serving Indian, Chinese and Italian
Veg and Non-veg delicacies ; cocktails and mocktails. The second floor has a 400 seater banquet hall and the third floor has a roof garden which is still under construction. The interiors are done by the well known interior designer Mr. Yeshwant Ramamurthy. The reddish brown interiors gives a earthy feel, with partitions and walls decorated with grinding stones , glass pieces and wood. The menu looks elaborate and exotic. The rates are slightly expensive than UTSAV's.

We had the privilege to experience good food before the inaugural as we were invited by one of the owners who is a family friend. I relished the sweet corn soup, paneer seekh kebab, aloo paratha , Saunf Dum Aloo, Kesari Kofta curry , Veg Dum Biriyani and topped it with Kubani Ka Meetha , a typical hyderabadi dessert made of apricots. I also had a Mocktail to drink, which was sweet and a combination of strawberry syrup, fanta and something else; I don't remember the name either as it sounded new to me.

So all of you there, we now have MOKSH for a good gastronomic experience!


Mysorean said...

Next time I am in Hyderabad, we are going there, right?! :P

Manjula said...

SURE Adi, Why not ? The treat is yours :)

Anonymous said...

Hmm. Should we be going there, then?

Manjula said...

Sure Kaustubh. How abt this saturday? Congrats on getting ur US student visa.

Anonymous said...

I love chinese a lot and I know it for sure that most of you out there like it too. Theres a new restraunt opened recently known as Aromas of China. Its located on 5th floor in City Centre at Banjara Hills (Nr Road no. 10). I had my team lunch there recently. The food is yummy, especially the chinese fried rice and veg Dumpling.... and among starters one would really love the veg crispy corn starters. (Well the place is a little expensive though).
At the entrance they`ve got a wonderful waterfall. The interiors are good mostly glass interiors and wooden flooring. You also have seperate rooms for meetings and kitty parties.

Neelima Nyalkalkar

Anonymous said...

"The interiors are done by the well known interior designer Mr. Yeshwant Ramamurthy" - To check other works done by Mr. Yeshwant Ramamurthy go to Studio One