Trésind: A Fine-Dining Restaurant Which Serves Modern Indian Cuisine

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What Makes It Awesome?

Finally, the most successful Dubai based franchise Trésind comes to India. Trésind is a fine dining restaurant which serves modern Indian cuisine along with signature cocktails and mocktails.

Trésind is situated at ground floor, BKC inspires, g block, opposite Asian heart hospital, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai. The ambience at trésind is fabulous and luxurious.

Visited trésind on a weekday by booking a reservation prior 1-2 days before my visit. Following is a list of the 10-course meal, which I had,

Signature cocktails:-

Signature mocktails:-

1) Berry blast:- Berry blast is teetotaller special lemonade based mocktail which includes seasonal fresh berries, rosemary and cranberry.

Following are our chef's dinner tasting menu combination of vegetarian and non-vegetarian from the 10-course meal are:

1) Snack box - 1st meal:-
Which includes four items from the veg section which were starting from Pani Puri Bingsu, Jamun Shell, Dahi Chaat (Tart Base) and Bao Bhaji.

2) Chaat Ceviche - 2nd meal:-
Which acts as salad and refreshing which includes chestnut.

3) Indian fried chicken - 3rd-course meal:-
which looks like Motichuur Ladu but it's not, it's fried chicken which gives you feeling like Motichuur Ladu.

4) Lamb Khari - fourth-course meal:-
Next course was minced lamb stuffed between Khari served with nihari gravy and topped with onions.

5) Tandoori prawns benedict - fifth-course meal:-
after having chicken, lamb and veg, well it's time for some seafood, which was tiger tandoori prawns served on bread and cream next to it.

6) Gujarati Farsan - sixth course (taste changer):-
Well let's wrap up with our half way, next five courses include mains and desserts so taste changer is must required, so Gujarati Farsan plays as taste changer role by khandvi with chilli and khandvi ice-cream.

7) Mangsho & Ghugni - seventh course (mains):-
Our mains include Mangsho which is mutton gravy and Ghugni served with puris.

8) Khichdi of India - eighth course (highly recommended):-
Well next is a monopoly by trésind i.e khichdi which includes 20 ingredients from 20 different regions across India.

9) Charnamrit Kheer - ninth course (desserts):-
After mains, it's time for desserts, which is Charnamrit Kheer.

10) Palang Tod - tenth course (Indian sweets):-
Next dessert is a combination of Indian sweets served on Palang which were milk cake, saffron Kesar milk and everyone favourite paan.

Well! I had a wonderful chef's tasting menu experience at trésind. When it comes to fine dining, classy ambience and bar section, everything is fabulous. Highly recommend this place to everyone.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹3,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae

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