Moksha is an Indian restaurant offering a contemporary dining experience featuring 70 South Asian selections composed of traditional flavors with a twist. The 85-seat indoor restaurant’s menu includes signature specialties such as the MOKSHA Feast with chicken tikka malai kabab, tandoori prawns, tulsi kabab, lamb chops, rosemary naan and black lentils.
Having already made a good name for themselves in Coconut Grove, the founders of Bombay Darbar decided to take their talents to Las Olas Boulevard. This Indian restaurant offers authentic cuisine featuring classic staples like lamb, tandoori dishes and naan. And if you want to wash it down with something different, here’s the place if you’ve never tried Indian beer.
Indian cuisine options have typically been few and far between on the eastside, but a new Cordova Road establishment looks to fill the gap. The Indian Harbor claims the ability to meet the desires of picky eaters while incorporating traditional Indian cooking. The menu’s a mixture of the paneers, masalas, biryanis and tandoori dishes fans of Indian cuisine will recognize. There are plenty of vegetarian options and of course, also some rich, traditional Indian desserts.