Worst experience ever. We came here in search of good Indian food which ended up in disappointment. All we got was FROZEN food. The Aloo Tikki first came was frozen and cold from inside and which was replaced with the burnt Aloo Tikki. It looked totally like brownie. Secondly, the Masala chai that we got, was just hot water, there wasn’t any milk in it. It was TASTELESS. On the top of that, this Amazing restaurant, instead of apologizing to us and getting the things done, Added 16% gratuity by their own. Didn’t find it necessary to ask us about the food quality before adding it. Overall very very very disappointing experience with MOKSHA INDIAN BISTRO.
The food was delicious! It was our 1st time eating Indian food as a family. I myself like it. My kids really loved their dishes. The menu has a variety of proteins and is vegetarian friendly. We dined outdoors. The patio was clean. I just wish the music was more family friendly. Overall the experience was great!
I don't understand all of the negative reviews?! This place is extremely good for authentic Indian food. Our dishes was hot, fresh and delicious. The Garlic Naan was amazing. Our server was kind, friendly, and even allowed one of our substitutions. I will be back. Thank you to the Chef also Parking: Free parking along the side and at the back. Only a few spots
Definitely not worth the $85 bill. The male server taking the order seems like he hates his job and is not courteous with customers at all. The chicken hariyali tasted ok but when we asked for some more sliced onions the male server rudely said you can only order an onion salad which costs $3 they couldn’t even replace something as simple as that The burnt garlic rice was nice but too salty and the cocktails had absolutely no alcohol in them, just sugar. The Delhi style chicken momos tasted like frozen dumplings tossed in mayo. No spice at all. Also, Who puts whipped cream in a falooda???!! This place is definitely trying to cater more to Canadians who are not familiar with Indian food and hence the weird desserts and dishes.
Most disgusting Indian food I ever had in my life. The Paneer tikka was thick, big pieces and dry and there was no green pepper grilled and onions were given on the side, it clearly wasnt Tandoori panner tikka, the green chutney looked like water, poori of pani poori was not breakable with your fingers, we had to use a fork to break it, yellow dal tadka tasted like flour and it was so obnoxious that we couldnt even eat, service was absolutely abysmal, we ordered Pani puri and told the waiter that please make it mild as this is for kid but he totally ignored and got the regular spicy one. Every dish we ordered was in hope that it would be better than the previous... we were 7 of us so they charged us mandatory gratuity but they didnt deserve it. We had to talk to the manager and complain about the food, he said this is the way paneer tikka is made at Moksha. They also didnt have any local and known beers like stella, heineken, coronal, budweiser etc. Overall it was a very disappointing experience and I will never visit this restaurant again. The only shining light was the owner agreed to some of our feedback & didnt charge for 2 items.
This is the first time I have been to the place. It's not that bad but needs some improvement. The chicken tikka masala was so yummy but I will prefer tandoori roti over Naan. Staff needs to be more active and the restaurant needs to employ more servers. The place is good and clean.
Sorry to say but the food was not good Not even a single item Karahi paneer was just having a tangy and spciy flavour not the taste you expect if you are gonna pay 18$ for it And talking about Momos big red flag please don’t try them they are just waste of spending even a single dollar . Adding one extra star just because the server was polite humble and he replaced it with desert. Not a place to gave a nice expecting dinner.
Seating arrangement was good. Butter chicken was well cooked. They lost point in my book on customer service. They saw that we had kids with us, yet they never asked what level of spices we want in our food. Lassi was not stirred properly - it lacked both, the quality and quantity. Butter naan was well cooked and soft - that was a 5/5. Chaat lost its taste as the masala spices that was sprinkled on top was way too much. It was a mixed bag - that is why I rate it 2/5. Food was not that exceptional to be very honest.
Have been to this place couple of times pre covid Taste has changed drastically it’s no longer having Indian taste it’s bland even after asking for spicy food Appetiser’s tasted like frozen food warmed up that also not properly warmed Staff is very friendly but service is slow
+ Great ambiance + Open late till 11pm + Fast service - Tandoori Mixed Grill tasted odd to say the least. Plus the red sauce smelt like it had alcohol in it. Threw it all out - Overpriced by a long shot + Gulab jamun & masala chai was the only good thing