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Vision of Mr. Bhupender Nath, Trèsind aims to pave way for fostering the legacy of Indian food.
$20 - $27
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
Indian, Contemporary
Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Parking Available, Valet Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Validated Parking, Highchairs Available, Wine and Beer, Free Wifi
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I've visited Trèsind more times than I can count and each experience has been completely sublime. The consistency with which Trèsind operates is something to behold, from the table booking to the service to the drinks and the food, every aspect of this restaurant is...expertly handled. Starting from the service, each person employed at Trèsind seems to understand the menu. This isn't simply a case of knowing what's on the menu but why it's there, why it's at spot of the set menu, which tastes go with each other. They're efficient, friendly, and expertly explain the dishes we are about to enjoy. I'm sure every visitor to the restaurant will truly enjoy the experience of the Indian Khichdi. As for the drinks, I'm a fiend for cocktails and over the course of my many visits, I've tried every drink in their Trèsind Gueridon and I can safely say around 90% of the house specials. Each drink is wonderfully made and I honestly can't think of a single underwhelming one. I would love to recommend a favourite but any of the 4 Bourbon drinks from the Gueridon can easily be considered my favourite. As for the food, what can I say? It truly is something to be experienced. What I love best about Trèsind is that they don't mess around with the flavours more than they need to. Indian food is delicious– there's no point making a Nihari or a Ghee Roast if you don't retain the flavour. What Trèsind does is elevates the flavour and plays with the format of it and it works perfectly well. The set menu is expertly designed and leaves you feeling satisfied but not bloated. As for my favourite dish, it's difficult to choose but it would have to be the lamb khari and nihari curry. All in all, Trèsind is a must-experience place for all foodies in and visiting Mumbai. 5 stars is an understatement and I would give it 6 stars if I could.More

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Good indian food , the decoration of the place is quite nice and the customer service is quite impresive.

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed February 22, 2020

We visited as a family with an infant. The staff was courteous and extremely warm. The food was amazing. It does seem like a lot of money for one plate but there are 10’courses and it was totally worth it. They present a wide variety...of food and especially loved the Indian Khichdi with spices from 28 states. Overall, a great experience.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 17, 2020 via mobile

I have visited tresind multiple times and can say with 100% confidence that it is the best restaurant in India without a shadow of doubt. The food and service are in a league of their own and I would highly recommend tresind to anyone and...everyone.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 6, 2020

Great Experience, Delicious food, Unique Presentation of Food with mindful selection of crockery. Liked the way the attendant explained each dish. Every dish depicted flavors of different states of India. It is expensive but worth the spend.

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 2, 2020 via mobile

Tresind serves molecular gastronomy experiences. Several courses are served combining flavors of India and the sensibilities of the west. Very unusual flavors and tastes. For example I had khandvi ice cream. Service is amazing and efficient. Absolute must visit in Bandra.

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 26, 2020 via mobile

A modern Indian luxury dining experience, is what you can expect, as you enter this place which is the first brand new outlet in India after a huge success in Middle East. The place is sophistically done with an impeccable service. Chef Himanshu Saini has...skilfully crafted a culinary experience that engages all the senses. The menu showcases traditional dishes from all over the country along with clever plating and global cooking techniques, takes the dining experience to the next level. The mocktails/cocktails gets you off to a good start. The poise with which the simple khichdi representing several States in India, is served on the table, makes it one of the highlights here. Also one should not miss the 'Kosha Mangsho' and 'Green Peas Kachori' here. For dessert, the inventive palang tod is just beyond words. The food is served with a dramatic flair, bold flavours, with some amazing taste. The service is extraordinary and the staff are highly trained & courteous. Definitely a must visit if you want to experience modern Indian food in a fine dining.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed January 14, 2020

Its a shame to call this place a fine dine experience of 'molecular gastronomy'. It was a complete waste of time and a lot of money. We celebrated our anniversary there, and regret it so much. As part of the tasting menu, they started off...with the a plate of appetizers. There were frozen pani puris. We hated those. They were so cold we could not enjoy it at all. We just put it back on the plate. and there was also fafda jalebi. I mean, cummon, thats breakfast stuff, eaten pretty often at a lot of people's homes, especially on holi. Next came curd rice. First of all, curd rice is eaten at the END of a meal, to finish off the meal. And then, it was buttermilk, not even curd. and they did serve it with rice, they esrved it with rice krispies. I get that they were trying to experiment .. but this was just not tasty. The rest of the experience did not get too much better. I must say though that the khichdi was outstanding. But here's the funny part - khichdi is literally the most basic indian dish ever. It takes 10 min totally, and is made super often at homes, especially when you are tired and don't have the energy to make anything else. i don't know what to say about a meal experience where khichdi is the star ! That really does put the chef's cooking skills to shame. If I had to eat fafda jalebi, khandi, khaman dhokla, khichdi and curd rice .. I could've just gone to Rajdhani. I am just really really sad that I spent 2.5 hours of my anniversary eatting here. I wish I could have that time back. To top it all, I didnt think the decor was very nice either. Very basic and cheap. I am really surprised to see the high ratingsMore

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed January 4, 2020

Food was outstandingly prepared, loved the Nihari preparation and home made white butter. Drinks prepared in front of us were really good and well explained. Khichdi was truly unique

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed December 30, 2019

Went there for our 26th anniversary and it was the first time for my wife and daughter. I had been there in Dubai. Loved it. The service was superb. The food as usual was amazing. It was a visual treat. Every single dish.... The chef...came and met us too and when they learnt about the celebration we were having they treated us to another dessert.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Response from Shruti P | Reviewed this property |
They have a secluded corner where they can seat around 12 easily and 15 crowded. But they also have space in the restaurant where they can arrange tables for 20 pax as per your requirement if you inform them in advance... More
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