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Situated on two floors: lower-ground and upper-ground, its faded charm has not affected its popularity one bit. The cuisine here is Indian from north to south, every state represented on the menu. There is rista and gushtaba from Kashmir, butter chicken and kadhai murgh from Punjab, lal maas from Rajasthan, mamsam venchina from Tamil Nadu and a deliciously spicy, tangy bhuna fruit chaat that is a great start to a meal.
No foodie worth his salt will fail to recognise the name Moets. The name has been taken around the culinary circles with a lot of respect and love. The brand has been around for decades, making a huge difference to the lives of the foodies it has touched. It is the stuff of legends. Moets has grown over the years, expanding its roots into various cultures and adding to its original building that carries the patina of old age. Moets is a landmark of famous Defence Colony Market of South Delhi and still is as popular with the diners of all ages. The lower-ground and upper-ground level is dedicated to ‘Moets Curry Leaf’, a North Indian extension of its culinary complex. Curry Leaf remains open from noon to midnight and owing its popular location, is always buzzing and full.
Moets Curry Leaf practices a wonderfully vast menu that explores and focuses on North Indian and Mughlai cuisine. Curry Leaf’s menu trots all across the globe, handpicking the recipes from different regions, from Kashmir to Tamil Nadu. First course entails, samundari tandoori pomfret, murgh banno kebab, gosht ke seekh, falon ki bhuni chaat, sikandari raan, pudhina machhali tikka, tandoori soya chops, murg reshmi kebab, degi mirch ka paneer tikka, barrah peshawari, bhutte ke kebab and banarasi gilafi seekh. Mop up the curries with aromatic biryani or flaky buttery naans. Dig into, pindi chole, aligarhi aloo, keema mattar, zafrani malai kofta, gobhi guccha bahar, bhunna gosht, machchi Karachi wali, jhinga Malabar curry, bharre aloo ka qorma, murg chettinad, khumb do piyaza, magaz curry, laal maas and dhaniye aur mirch ka qorma.
Bring the evening to its rightful finish by ordering a delicious dessert. The chef prepares, lemon custard cake, kesari rasmalai, date walnut cake, phirni kasora, strawberry truffle pudding, Moets kesari kulfi, warm chocolate brownie with hot chocolate sauce and tiramisu. Interior wise Moets has an old fashioned look that resembles a good-looking mountain cottage. Curry Leaf showcases an earthy and casual appearance, with coarse white walls and a focal wall made out of panels of wood. Cosy sofas and high bar stools in rich jewel tones peps up the dining area, brightening it up with its cheerful hues. Ask to be seated at the window seat table, they are the best in the house. If you crave for some Italian or Arabic food from another floor in the complex, the staff will be most happy to accommodate.