I was invited to Trésind, a modern Indian fine-dining restaurant to try their iftar Menu and I can tell you that I was amazed by the quality and taste of the food.
It is located on the 2nd floor at Nassima Royal Hotel – Sheikh Zayed Road
Trésind is the best Indian Restaurant I have tried so far in the UAE.
Trésind, one of the most sought after dining destinations of the city, is offering a truly unique iftar and suhoor experience to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan. Enjoy a sumptuous feast with friends and family as the professional culinary team prepares a menu that is inspired from traditional Arabic staples, served during this festive month. Whilst the menu will continue to embrace signature dishes, Chef Himanshu Saini and team will present brand new concept of a sit-down buffet dinner, presenting dishes that are true synonyms for Ramadan celebration in the Middle East.
Known for the unique infusion of molecular gastronomy, the Ramadan special dishes will take forth Trésind’s concept of taking traditional flavours and presenting them in a modern manner. To mark a different experience this year, guests can gorge on a selection of traditional dishes like roast lamb shank biryani to lamb nihari or roast lamb chops to roasted duck and much more. The new menu aims to showcase what Islamic culture has contributed to the gastronomic scenario of the world. To enjoy every bit of these mouth-watering delicacies, the restaurant will be open from Iftar till Suhoor.
This is the Salad of the day, I found it original and colorful.
What can I tell you about the Creamed Mushrooms with Truffle Oil, mmm.
I can only tell you that you will lick your fingers after eating it 🙂
Corn on the Cobb with some spices.
Tempura Chili: As I cannot eat spicy food, I didn’t dare to try these, but I heard from other bloggers that they were tasty.
I loved the Lamb Kofta, they are a bit spicy but amazing.
Kamar Al Din Juice, a traditional juice of Ramadan.
It was prepared in front of us using some dry ice, a very nice presentation that you will enjoy.
I ate just a bit of the Goan Beef Curry as it was spicy but it was delicious.
The Mongolian Beef is very spicy for me but it wasn’t for the others, lol.
This is the Burnt Butter Couscous, it has a heavenly taste.
The Tandoori Prawns were flavorful.
The Malabar Prawn Curry is exquisite.
The famous Biryani. That was the best ever Biryani I have eaten till now.
They had several types of Biryani: Lamb Shank, Baby Chicken, Wagyu Tenderloin, Venison, Filet o Fish and Tiger Prawn.
My favorite was the Wagyu Tenderloin, WOW the meat was so tasty and tender; and the Tiger Prawn is just amazing.
Biryani with Lamb.
Biryani with Beef.
Not sure about the name of this dish, it contains lamb chops, maybe called Lamb Nihari.
This was one of my favorite dishes as it wasn’t spicy at all and it was very tender.
I couldn’t taste the below dish as they told me it was very spicy.
The Venison Laal Maas was distinctive.
Ramadan menu @ AED 200 available till 3.00 am
For reservations or for more information:
Please call 04 4489523 or email firstname.lastname@example.org