|Address||985 N. State Road 434|
|Address||7958 Via Dellagio Way|
|Address||12058 Collegiate Way|
|Address||401 N. Semoran Blvd.|
The word Moghul refers to a member of the Muslim dynasty from Mongol that ruled India until the 19th century. Mughlai cuisine influenced much of what we recognize as typical in most Indian restaurants in America, so you probably won’t see much that will be unfamiliar.
Kofta is a typical Muglai dish, and the malai kofta was the best item I sampled at Moghul. Kofta are, simply, meatballs, but this was a vegetarian dish with meatless balls fashioned out of paneer, a housemade cheese. The meatballs, deceptively described on the menu as croquettes, had a firm but giving texture, and the creamy sauce, flavored with cumin, coriander and garam masala, was multilayered with flavors. It was good with the basmati rice but even better with the paneer naan.... Read more
|Address||7525 W. Sand Lake Road|
Moon Fish is another welcome addition to the local seafood scene. It doesn’t do everything right, but the outlook is encouraging. Concentrate on the fresh fish selections and avoid anything too fancy. Have the calamari as an appetizer and spring for the sorbets at dessert – there’s enough to share. One of the gimmicks here is to give the name of the person who caught your fish; not sure that’s necessary, but there you go.
Decor is upscale and splashy -- literally, with tv screens behind waterfalls -- and the front door handles are shaped like a moon fish, so you'll know you're in the right place.... Read more