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Tresind
Level 2
Nassima Royal Hotel

Sheikh Zayed Rd
Cuisine: Indian

Phone:
+971 4 308 0440 | +971 56 420 9754
Website: www.tresind.com
Hours : All days: 12pm - 3:30pm & 7pm - 11:30pm
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Located on the second floor of the Radisson Royal Hotel, Dubai, Tresind is the latest addition to the hotel's dining venues and is set to become one of the city's premiere culinary destinations for food connoisseurs. Debuting in Dubai, Tresind is a modernist Indian fine dining concept that brings compelling food, immaculate service and glamorous design to the region.
 
 
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1 Posted by Sneha Elizabeth over 6 months ago  
This place is the ultimate place to be. Heard and seen so much about it. You automatically have high expectations. The surprise is how perfectly they match up to it.
We made reservations and got a seating facing shk zayed. Nothing so good about the view but the food and service is a million on 10. A special mention of our server, Josh, who was really helpful and gave us a little brief about Tresind.
Moving on to the main part, the food. We got complimentary pani puri shot. Somehow it tasted exactly like pani puri and dint look anything like it. Next was the zatar pav with homous(with an indian twist) and tomato dip. For starters we ordered malai tikka which was chicken in a white cream cheese sauce. It looked like indiansed version of chicken alfredo sauce. The best. Must try. We were given a khandvi sorbet(heard SO much about it) which was given to neutralize our taste buds, chilled, but tasted exactly like khandvi. For maincourse we ordered chicken kolhapuri, and assorted basket of indian breads. Cooked to perfection. The quantity seemed to be less in the beginning but was enough for two. The kolhapuri chicken was enough so we ordered a butter naan too. We also got the complementary candy floss at the end, superb.
We were so full that we couldnt even finish the kolhapuri chicken.
Definately recommend this place for the best and the most unique indian food in town. Need to go back to try the chaat trolley and a few other things including their desserts.
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2 Posted by Anzia over a year ago  
Tresind is much more luxurious and sophisticated than its sister concern Carnival by tresind. It is located in Nassima Royal Hotel overlooking the Sheikh Zayed Road . They have been awarded the best Indian fine dining restaurant for several reasons. One being the top notch service and the great ambience. Some of the dishes I love are Birbal ki kichdi, wild mushroom soups, pan flavored cotton candy
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3 Posted by Esh over a year ago  
Every Foodie in Dubai has definitely had Trèsind as their top option on their Foodie wish list. Ambience wise I believe they could do better as there is nothing too remarkable about the view from the restaurant but the seating and lights do bring out a royal feel.

As soon as we were seated they placed a jar on the table with fragrant smoke coming out of it. What I appreciate most is they try to involve all 5 senses - smell, hear, touch, see and taste as every dish is more like a fusion of food and magic.

We opted for the Ala carte and opted for 3 dishes – 2 Starters and 1 Dessert which is more than sufficient for 2 people. Along with your order you also get not just ordinary but mindblowing complimentary creations.

Amuse – Bouche

Kadak Pao

Mini Pao which is hardened served with salsa freshly made at your table using a stone grinder with different ingredients, pindi channa hummus and pickled olives. The fact that the complimentary dishes are so remarkable shows how seriously they take their food.

Deconstructed Pani Puri

Easily one of the most talked about dishes here. The preparation is done in front of your eyes more like a lab experiment and they have removed the element of the puri and turned the chutney into a bubble with boondi to give it the crunch factor and it literally bursts into your mouth.

Drinks:

Lava Lamp (Passion Fruit)

A long tubular vessel to make the drink preparation resemble a lava lamp. The passion fruit mixture was poured in along with cranberries, blueberries and Passionfruit seeds which kept bubbling up and down due to the fizz and once settled poured into glasses and served. (Highly Recommended)

Starters:

Modernized Chaat Trolley

This is definitely a must order if you’re visiting Tresind for the first time as its not any kind of ordinary chaat. Apparently I believe the quantity is adjusted to the number of people at the table. It started with frozen dhoklas being broken down into pieces and topped with chutneys and other fancy stuff and adjusted according to your preference.

- Chicken Kurchan

The cutest presentation of a dish which comes with super tiny rotis called as Roomali Pancakes served in a resemblance to a cloth drying line as it is hanging from the stick with wooden clips. 3 mini pans to fill your roti with – cucumber and onions, green chutney and a boneless chicken preparation which is so flavourful; and an extra plate of mini rotis.

Being located in a 5 star hotel their portions aren’t as tiny as you’d expect a fancy restaurant to be, which is why by the end of the starters we were so stuffed we had no place for mains.

Desserts:

Deconstructed Black Forrest

Yet another table service where pieces of chocolate cake, dodha barfi (milk based fudge), topped with cherries, chocolate sauce, chocolate chips and frozen whipped cream. You have to order it to experience it because it can’t be described although the chocolate sponge was a bit dry it went beautifully with the rest of the ingredients.

Finally we got the complimentary Paan flavoured Candy floss served like a tree on a mini bus. Do have this as soon as possible since the sugar begins to melt, also the paan flavor is really mild. Overall a highly delightful experience, despite being a big hit on the pocket the entire experience makes it worth it and I would be doing injustice to the restaurant if I review them less than 5. Every dish stood out and definitely a place you must visit if you live in Dubai.
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4 Posted by Anonymous User over a year ago  
The live chaat counter that they bring to your table is definitely worth trying!
The lamb chops are finger licking. The inside out vada Pav and the chole pockets is good. The khandvi sorbet that they serve as a palate changer is interesting.
The main course wasn't very impressive. Although we didn't try much in the main course.
And for the dessert, chef himanshu prepared a Black Forest platter with frozen whipped cream at our table and that I'd definitely a must try. I don't have a sweet tooth but that I could definitely wipe out by myself.
It wasn't in the menu and he specially prepared it for us, they will add it to the menu soon.
Can be prepared for anyone on request.
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5 Posted by susann over a year ago  
Tresind - an innovative dining experience. Beautifully presented and designed food dishes. You can immediately see that the Chef has really put his mind and heart in creating a unique style of dining.

We started off with the Chaat trolley, which was delicious and at the same time very unique. Other starters like the lamb chops and the mushrooms were equally delicious. They also made something special for us which was not on the menu. It was basically Chola POCKETS. Delicious!

The main course is quite standard with the Black Dal being super creamy and delicious.

The deserts were super, we got a brownie dessert where they mixed all the incredients on the table with Liquid Nitrogen used to make the dish more exciting. On the other table, they had a dessert which was basically a CHOCOLATE BOMB which they smash in front of you at the table side.

A definite must go and with new dishes being added regularly, I am sure to give this place a regular try!

A few items were give complimentary which included the deconstructed paani puri (yum), khaadvi ice cream (different and yum) and Paan Cotton Candy (tasty).
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6 Posted by imhungry over a year ago  
Recently dined here again. The food, ambiance and service remain top notch but the prices have reached skyscraper levels! Actually took family to visit this place because I remember the prices being reasonable but with their new menu being rolled out, it is now un-affordable, at least for me!
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7 Posted by DudeitsG over a year ago  
Pros:
- great food
- excellent presentation
- exceptional service
- the complimentary stuff

Cons:
- it took them a while to get our orders/food
- limited options (especially for vegetarians)

Overall - definitely worth a try
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8 Posted by gopss over a year ago  
Innovative and Experimental. Definitely worth a try...
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