INVITED REVIEW: Extraordinary dining experience in Carnival by Tresind for Season 2 menu


So far this is the most unique dining experience we had which happened in Carnival by Tresind. I’m grateful to have the opportunity to do a review and it’s on their Season 2 menu. As explained briefly by Exec. Chef, Chef Himanshu, it is inspired by the SUBURBAN dishes in India and they’re serving it straight to your table through a Live Cooking in the most eccentric way that will make you astonished with amusement. And not only that, they give the dish details while doing so, so if you’re like me who’s not an Indian native then it’s an additional knowledge for you. I love exploring food, culture and traditions and they indeed fulfilled this part for me. We didn’t simply eat there. We were able to know the secret ingredients, history and evolution of each dishes.

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Some of these are: The Dhai Bhara, it’s one of the famous South Indian street food made from lentil. The twist they made is that the yoghurt is submerged to a liquid nitrogen that gives a smoky snow effect to it.

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Pani Puri was served in dark pink color which was made of beetroot and used for Breast Cancer Awareness. The sauce was in a small test tube and next to it was a Mumbai Sandwich  which is known as Chutney Sandwich.

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Dragon Chicken was served with a separate bowl of ice with cucumber on it. I believe they call it Dragon because they fired it up with a torch before serving.

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Wenger’s an old shop in Delhi where the Shami Kebab name came from.

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Strawberry Murabba is for cleansing the palette before taking the main course.

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A primitive cooking sample is using a pre-heated Himalayan Salt stone (270°C) wherein the prawns and wagyu beef was cooked properly and no salt needed.

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As the main course started a South Indian Kothu Paratha with Chicken Quorma was served on a live cooking way. Followed by a Picnic basket filled with Puri (a kind of bread) Chana Masala, Jeera Aloo, Yoghurt, Mango Pickle all in a tiffin boxes which are similar dishes in India that they usually bring to them for a picnic on which similar feeling Chef want to pass to the guests.

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Farmers in Punjab style dishes
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GOA style Prawn Curry

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Punjabi food feast

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More other dishes were served for main course and then the dessert part. Have a look of the video below to encourage you more  on how creative and innovative they are with never ending goodness with their sumptuous dishes.

What do you think after watching the video? I’m one of their fans how about you? Follow their Facebook , Twitter  and Instagram  accounts! They are located in the 2nd floor of Burj Daman Bldg, Dubai. You can sample some of these on a Lunch Menu for AED89++ on weekdays only. Call 04 421 8665 to book  your  table.

Carnival By Tresind Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

10 comments

  1. Wow..A definitely must try place. Ambience is very good and pleasant for a date even. All the restaurants are of same kind but this is on another level with masks and feathers . Loved this place and your photography is so yummy dear. I can’t wait to taste those in that wonderful place.

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  2. Such a delish spread of some simple dishes done in such unique way…. Enjoyed the video too specially the stone heat concept is quite interesting!

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