To begin with, this restaurant has a good atmosphere and service as we were received by amiable people. We tried mainly south indian dishes and they were good, particularly Special Andhra chicken curry and Parotta. We also tried Chicken 555 Biriyani and it tastes unique as the chicken used in this biriyani kind of had a curry flavor that went well with Biriyani. Though taste buds differ between people, I would recommend people to try and experience from their end as I plan to visit this restaurant in the future.
We came to Moksha on a Seahawks game day (9/11/16) and were pleased to have the entire restaurant to ourselves for the most part. We both remarked how lovely the inside of the restaurant is, with huge ceilings and ornamental decoration. The entrance off Bellevue Way is very classy and clean; the doors were open on the afternoon we were there and made the atmosphere very clean and refreshing.The food itself was perfect, promptly being described by my Indo-Caribbean wife as the best Indian food she's had in the US since coming here over a year ago. We wisely made one of our meals a Thali platter so we could enjoy the various dips, such as daal. My plain naan was succulent and my chicken biriyani was the best I've tasted since being overseas myself.The service was beyond compare. Our server Jessie was great, being attentive without being annoying and even offering us the use of the empty bar to watch the game. As we prepared to leave, we asked for another naan to go with our leftover saag and were given (much to our surprise once we unpacked later at home) two free somosas in addition to the generous-sized naan we had requested. Beat that!We'll definitely be back.
UPDATE: Lowering my review from 2 stars to 1 after seeing the comment left by the business. Judging by the responder's avatar (on Yelp), I'm fairly confident that this is the person I saw dump the rice into the bathroom sink. Will definitely not be back: not willing to support a business that offers an outright lie in response to an honest review.Most of our previous visits have been pleasant, but after yesterday's episode I probably won't be coming back. Walking back to the men's bathroom I observed one of the servers lean inside and dump something into the sink next to the door. When the server noticed me and realized where I was headed he gave me a deer-in-the-headlights look, which I thought strange. Once I went inside, though, I realized why: he had dumped rice into the sink. Yes, food into THE SINK. Seriously - if you don't have a disposal in the kitchen you can use, walk a whopping two feet over to the TOILET, dump your goods inside, and flush. Rocket science this is not.My wife and I had come here several times previously over the past year, usually with family who had never tried Indian food and who benefited from tasting the wide variety of food items from the lunch buffet. The price is good for a lunch buffet, but truthfully the food is not the highest quality. Obviously the server knows this, even if he doesn't know where to properly toss it.
ما شاء الله Best indian restaurant in the world! i will definitely be back for some more yummy food! clean place, comphy and open parking. owner is the nicest guy ever and really good looking!!!! his family is awesome, nice, and good looking too!!!! love this place so much! my #1 go to places. try the chicken tikka masala and naan. mmmm so good!!!
This place has good north indian food and very good ambiance and service. Their Paneer Tikka was very good, and their malai kofta was awesome too.
Good foodAverage servicePricing nominal.
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I ate at this new restaurant last week, and surprisingly it was the best Indian Food I have ever had. I love Indian Food and am always trying new ones and have favored one in Renton but now I have a new favorite. It is Vegan and completely vegitarian too.
Good foodGreat locationSlightly expensive but well worth it
The food is great and the service and staff are wonderful. The Garic Nan is great.