By FoodeMag dxb
Our tasting preview of the 15 course menu in Carnival by Tresind earlier was soon followed by a team lunch to discover more dishes that the Carnival kitchen had been envisioning post the launch – a sample from the a la carte as well as some dishes still in progress. What remained with us throughout our meal was the constant element of surprise that struck us with each dish. Thankfully, there were more hits than misses – with a few stand out dishes being the Indian Ocean and the signing o fruit platter aptly named Chaat wala, marred in chaat masala and spices – a successful arty marriage of street food and fine dining. Given that a lot of new dining Indian restaurants in Dubai are currently focussing on presentation and novelty in taste, it will be interesting to see how Carnival by Tresind stands the test of time and surges forward riding on its strength – creativity in its menu while remaining authentic to Indian cuisine.
xx Debbie & Ishita
PS: We held a reader competition for a dinner giveaway for two at Carnival by Tresind and this is what our winner Sumana Halder had to say: “Thank you FoodeMag for giving the opportunity of winning the lovely dinner. we thoroughly enjoyed the food, hospitality and ambiance.”