Located in the Oud Metha building, next to the Lamsy Plaza, the café has a positive vibe to it. The orange in the interiors along with the bamboo logs takes us back to the South East jungles. One of the few places in Dubai serving Nepali cuisine, Moshi has made a mark in the industry with its distinctiveness. What makes it more interesting is the Japanese cuisine fusion that they offer alongside it. Not sounding very obvious, let us start with the number of Nepali momos that are on offer here. The most interesting vegetarian momos here is the pero pero mushroom with a filling of some tangy and spicy black mushrooms in a thin flour shell. The buffalo momos have succulent meat in secret spices from the South East. Cheesy chips oman sushi is a unique addition to the Japanese classic with some crunchy oman chips layered around each sushi roll with a cheese centre.