I was invited to try Carnival by Tresind that serves Post Modern Indian Cuisine.
Carnival by Tresind is a celebration of Indian food, where Indian food comes of age to shed its erstwhile glamorous modern avatar and take leaps ahead to enter the post modern era.
Carnival by Tresind is located at the Podium Level, Burj Daman Building, DIFC, Dubai
The below is the Degustation Non Vegetarian Menu, it does not include the drinks, you have to order them separately.
They serve all kind of drinks, including alcoholics drinks.
Once you enter Carnival by Tresind you feel you are in Magical World.
The waiter came to our table to welcome us in a very special way, it was raining bubbles all around us.
It is an original way to welcome the guests, very creative!
I enjoyed my experience and I loved the food!
This is the First Bartender Mocktail.
Strawberry, mint and soda served in a light bulb, looks a bit like a tree on an island.
Refreshing and enjoyable!
Sweet and Sour Pumpkin Dabeli
Cocoa Butter Hive, Avocado and Lime Puree.
It is delightful!
Yellow Lentil Cappuccino, Phulka Cookie, Fresh Truffle Ghee and Cumin Cocoa.
It was very tasty but too spicy for me.
The presentation is original 🙂
Life is Short Eat Dessert First
Jalebi Chaat, Yogurt Mousse, Potato and Chickpea.
Indian Fried Chicken
Chicken Pakora, Bondi Crisp, Curried Mayonnaise.
South Indian Ginger Prawns, Palm Sugar Caramel, Curry Leaf Crisp.
Here am showing you the prawn.
Grilled Lamb Chop, Mysore Masala, Mini Dosai Crisp.
It was so tasty but too spicy for me.
Wagyu Tenderloin, Amul Butter, Cheese Toast
The tenderloin was so tender and flavorful!
The waiter here came to our table dressed as a construction site labor.
He told us that the sandwich he will make us is the sandwich that all mill workers eat as it is the cheapest.
It is called the “Vada Pav Service”
Classic Vegetarian Snack of Mumbai Mill Workers.
Litchi Granite, Raspberry Rose Water, Condensed Milk
This is the Palate Changer before we start the main course.
This is the Second Bartender Mocktail.
Orange, Mango and Pineapple with Thyme served with a fruit smoke flavor.
Here after removing the covered cap.
Mutton Dressed as Lamb
Mutton Galouti Chop, lamb jus nihari, fermented dough bread.
Here after pouring the lamb jus nihari.
I don’t have the name of this dish, it has lamb, some crispy rice.
It was mouthwatering.
Steamed Seabass en Papillote, Malabar Style Bouillabaisse, lemon rice.
Caramel, Peanuts and Chocolate, done the alinea way!
A piece of art!
You have to watch the video to see how the waiter has done it.
A Zoom on the Gajak!
South Indian Paan Macaron
And here is the last palate changer.
In the small spoon, there is a bit of dried miracle berries.
The chef came to our table to tell us what we have to do.
He told us to put the miracle berries in our mouth, to move it all areas of our mouth, chew them, wait for 30 second, then swallow them.
Then he asked us to take the lemon and squeeze the juice in our mouth.
And he asked us what did we felt.
We felt a sweet lemon not sour.
He explained us the the miracle berries turn the sour into sweet 🙂
It was an Amazing Experience that you should try!