In Review: Trèsind Dubai

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The Basics


One & Only Royal Mirage, Arabian Court, Dubai Marina, Dubai, UAE

A Snapshot

Trèsind is located in the heart of Dubai, a beautiful venue situated in the One & Only Royal Mirage. As the birthplace of innovative Indian cuisine, it is an award-winning restaurant. Here, guests are offered a chance to experience Indian fine dining in an imaginative and visual way, where each dish has a story to tell. Trèsind has restaurants in Dubai, Kuwait and Mumbai.

This restaurant has become one of Dubai’s most sought-after restaurants and has been recognised in the inaugural Dubai Michelin Guide and MENA’s 50 Best Restaurants.

A Bit Of Background

Bhupender Nath is the Founder who made his debut with Trèsind in 2014. He has since opened restaurants in two other countries. Bhupender is a passionate entrepreneur and has been named F&B Heavyweight of the Year. He works alongside Chef Himanshu Saini who is considered one of the youngest tastemakers in Indian cuisine. For these reasons, Trèsind is a must-try spot in Dubai.

The Food

The food at Trèsind is renowned as one of the best Indian fine dining restaurants in Dubai. The presentation is impeccable, the service excellent and each dish’s ingredients and story is explained as it’s served. If you are a lover of modern Indian food, then this is certainly a venue to try. The menu is impressive with the option of a la Carte or a tasting menu and wine pairing.

We opted for the premium tasting menu which offers several tasting courses, each dish bringing flavourful combinations. Each dish is served with a story by the waitstaff, and some are even prepared in front of you.

We started with a selection of small, bite-sized amuse bouche dishes which included an arugula pani puri rote and cannoli samosa with tomato chutney. This was a real standout, as it tasted fresh and had the perfect balance of flavours.

Our starter, which was a prawn and asparagus salad, was packed full of spices. Following the salad, we were surprised by a mouth-watering and tender Blackmore wagyu steak, served alongside molcajete chimichurri chutney and truffle mushroom. Next came a white chocolate and black lime bon bon to cleanse our pallets in time for the main course.

Our main dishes included chicken khassi curry, barramundi salan and lamb kofta served with onion chilli paratha. Each dish was vastly different but complimented one another well. The fish melted in our mouth and had just the right amount of spice.

To finish the meal, a black forest mithai tart was made in front of us. For fans of the theatre, this is a dish not to be missed!

The Venue

Walking through the One & Only, the beautiful interiors and accommodating staff were hard to miss. The ambiance is perfect for couples, meeting clients and large groups.

In Summary

Entertain clients with a memorable dining experience or bring a foodie fan to indulge in all the flavours and smells of Trèsind. This restaurant is an ambiance-filled, five-star experience guaranteed to impress.

Author Maryanne Conlon Tiger Recruitment Team

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