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Trèsind Dubai

Tresind Dubai

Culinary Journey

Tresind is considered as one of the best Indian fine-dining restaurants in Dubai. Trèsind is the birthplace of “innovative Indian cuisine .” Setting the benchmark for innovative dining in Dubai, Trèsind is renowned for its progressive Indian cuisine.

A blend of the French word Très, meaning “very,” and Ind, short for Indian, Trèsind celebrates bold Indian flavors and time-honored techniques, presented through Chef Mohammad Zeeshan’s modernist lens. Since launching in 2014, Trèsind has become one of Dubai’s most lauded restaurants, recognized in the inaugural of Dubai MICHELIN Guide 2022,  MENA’s 50 Best Restaurants 2022, and has received a Toque at the Gault & Millau UAE Gala and Guide Release 2023.

Chef Himanshu Saini

Corporate Chef Passion F&B Group

Considered one of the youngest tastemakers in Indian cuisine today, Chef Himanshu stepped out into the world of gourmet cuisine with the aim to make his mark through constant innovation and to change the perception of Indian cuisine, globally. 

Over the years, he has been able to successfully change perceptions of diners toward Indian food through his innovative dishes, thereby elevating global standing of the cuisine, today. Evolution of Trèsind is his ode to the culinary legacy of his homeland.

Chef Mohammad Zeeshan

Executive Chef – Trèsind Dubai

Chef Zeeshan was born in Lucknow in one of the most revered culinary families – Qureshi, of India. Having grown up surrounded by food and embedded in the culinary traditions of Awadh, joining the field of hospitality as a Chef was a natural progression for him.
Chef Zeeshan aims to use his experience and learning to present traditional Indian flavors in modern styles.

Restaurant Information

Hours of operation:
Open daily from, 
Lunch: 12 PM to 4 PM
Dinner: 7 PM to 11 pm
Last reservation: 9:30 PM

Contact Details

Contact us:
+971 4 374 6661
+971 5 6420 9754

Arabian Court,
One&only Royal Mirage, Dubai

Dress code:
Elegant, smart casual.

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