Trèsind Dubai is in a relatively unassuming yet non-offensive hotel. But keep an open mind because you will be delighted with the modernist Indian cuisine. This isn’t just about an Indian restaurant, though - it’s about unravelling a story and experience and revealing the heartbeat within the brand.
Although Galvin Dubai (from Michelin-starred chef brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin) retains the brand’s signature French-English touch, they’ve also catered to their new audience by adding a Mediterranean basin flair. That means homages to Italian, Southern French, and North African cuisine in what they call “flavours of the sun”.
Chef Niklas Ekstedt took a concept that many people said was too difficult to execute properly and proved otherwise. His eponymous restaurant Ekstedt was awarded a Michelin star in 2013 and has consistently been listed in everything from the World’s 50 Best Restaurants to the most essential restaurants to visit in Stockholm.