The Moscow-Dehli Express has moved to a new location with cozy chairs and poufs, polished wood tables and lots of native home furnishings — the space feels like a hospitable Indian family's home, where you have been invited for dinner as the guest of honor. In this restaurant there is no a la carte menu, but three vegetarian meals made with organic products for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Just come in and enjoy whatever the Indian cooks have prepared, at an average price of 1,200 rubles per meal. Every day they cook up something new, so you can come back often and never be bored.
One day it was Kashmiri mint soup to start, pancakes with date chutney as an appetizer, and a nice big plate containing a wide variety of different traditional dishes, such as pumpkin curry, basmati rice with mint pesto and much more.
On another day, the menu boasted delicious parsnip and tamarind soup, or spinach and peanut rolls with sesame and green chili chutney. Accompany your meal with fragrant masala tea or Indian herbal tea.
Everything is made by hand on site, without using almost any appliances. Natural lighting and incense create an atmospheric ambiance.
The only slight difficulty diners may encounter is communicating with the waitstaff, who speak French, some English, and not much Russian. But that all adds to the sense of being far away from Moscow.
At the entrance to the restaurant you will be asked to take off your shoes, and that's where the homey atmosphere begins. There are only about 10 tables, so you need to make a reservation beforehand for dinner. Once you have settled in, you can stay for a long time — as if you were visiting friends.
Moscow-Delhi is a unique place where you can dive into the culinary and cultural traditions of India.
+7 (925) 193 1916
7 Yermolayevsky Pereulok. Metro Mayakovskaya