Spices can intensify a dish, especially when flung into a dinner-date's eyes. Embrace heated dinner conversation with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $29 for an Indian dinner for two with one appetizer, two entrees, one bread, and one rice dish (up to a $61 value)
- $59 for an Indian dinner for four with two appetizers, four entrees, two breads, and two rice dishes (up to a $122 value)
- $9 for a weekday lunch buffet for two (a $17.90 value)
- $12 for a weekend champagne lunch buffet for two (a $23.90 value)
Moksha's vast menu of Indian and Chinese fusion cuisine starts with appetizers such as meat samosas or paneer tikka. Entrees—many of which slow cook in the clay oven—include boneless chicken tikka in zesty yogurt and lamb chops marinated in kandhahari's yogurt, herbs, and spices. Indo-Chinese entrees traipse across the menu in the form of mongolian chicken and sichuan vegetables, both named after their specific spices. Riding alongside entrees are rice dishes such as peas pullao or lamb biryani to fill guests up, and almost two dozen bread options span from plain naan to the spice, herb, and potato-stuffed aaloo paratha.
Moksha loads tables with its lunch buffet seven days a week from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Diners feast on a wide array of dishes ranging from tandoori chicken to shish kebabs and chicken curries. Sides include vegetarian rice, naan, and samosas. On the weekends, champagne is included with brunch.
Moksha Restaurant Bar & Lounge
In Indian culture, Moksha signifies the release from transmigration, or the endless cycle of death and rebirth. It's fitting that Moksha Restaurant Bar & Lounge bears the name, as it has reinvented and added to its menu of traditional Indian cuisine numerous times to critical acclaim. It recently won America's Best Food Award in the Los Angeles Times. Moksha's clay ovens steam with tandoori chicken and chicken tikka, while pots of curries bubble with seasoning and assorted vegetables. Indo-Chinese dishes such as lettuce wraps, fried wontons, and General Tsao's chicken give the menu pan-asian flare. Vegetarian dishes populate every page of the menu, from curries overflowing with veggies to tofu masala.