Tight Budget? Dishes you must order at Carnival by Tresind to not go broke!


Being an Indian, I’m always asked which is my favorite Indian restaurant in Dubai and Carnival by Tresind is always one of them!

Most of the time, my followers even ask me to choose between Tresindย or Carnival by Tresind – I’d always the choose the latter since I love the ambiance, vibe and food much more there!

Those who have visited Carnival before (or not) already know it is expensive and I’ve been asked several times to recommend which are the must-have dishes that are GOOD and not too expensive ๐Ÿค”ย I’ve defo tried enough dishes to love Carnival but not enough to judge which should be chosen. Thus, I asked Chef Viru – the Outlet Chef at Carnival to help us all! He has given us 6 options for starters, 6 for the main course and 3 for desserts (4 recommendations for drinks given by yours trulyย ๐Ÿ˜‹)

The below costs does not include the additional 20% tax (10% DIFC tax + 10% service charge) since the tax is added to the final cost in the bill.

Okay! We’re ready to get started ๐Ÿ˜‰


1. Life is Short, Eat Dessert First [AED 20]

Jalebi chaat, yogurt mousse, potato and chickpea

2. Game of Corns [AED 30]

Corn curd and fenugreek cutlets, goji berry chutney, kewpie mayo

Carnival by Tresind

3. Vada pav service [AED 25]

Classic vegetarian snack of Mumbai mill workers

Carnival by Tresind

4. Pani puri salad [AED 25]

Sprouted lentil tabbouleh, crisp boondi, Pani Puri dressing

Carnival by Tresind

5. Ajmeri kachori [AED 25]

Ajmer kadi kachori, caramelized onions, red chili oil

Carnival by Tresind

6. Khau Galli [AED 95]

Assortment of Indian snacks from the streets of khau galli

Carnival by Tresind


1. Mystery Tea [AED 60]

Vodka, chinese flowers, raspberry, vanilla and a secret (aka ‘mystery’ ingredient

2. Boiling Skull [AED 60]

Cรฎroc, passion fruit, cranberry and mixed berries

3. B52 Shots [AED 30]


4. Sangria Tree [AED 60]

That moment when a tree of sangria arrives at the table… We returned to @carnivalbytresind last week for a preview of the season three menu and were once again blown away by the flavours of the food and the innovative presentation. A massive shout out to @sherinejohn.john a master of mixology and the brains behind some of the most brilliantly conceptualised cocktails in all of Dubai. Keep doing what you do! ๐Ÿฅƒ๐Ÿน๐Ÿธ๐Ÿพ ใƒป ใƒป ใƒป #Dubai #DXB #UAE #UnitedArabEmirates #MyDubai #Foodie #InstaFood #InstaYum #Blogger #DubaiBlogger #OutAndAboutUAE #Foodie #InstaFood #InstaYum #Blogger #TimeOutDubai #F52Grams #FoodBlogger #CarnivalByTresind #Tresind #Mixology #Cocktails #Sangria #SangriaTree #HappyHour #CocktailOfTheDay #CocktailTime #CocktailHour #DrinkUp

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1. Rice n Shine [AED 60]

Chicken/lamb, eggplant saalan, burhani raita and tomato kut

Carnival by Tresind

2. Kebab Main Haddiย [AED 25]

Petit Lamb seekh kebab on bone, mint chutney

Carnival by Tresind

3. Ram babu paratha [AED 55]

Poppadum paratha served with pumpkin, potato curry, yogurt and chutney

Carnival by Tresind

4. Pulliinji [AED 35]

South Indian ginger prawns, palm sugar caramel, curry leaf crisp

Carnival by Tresind

5. Carta fata [AED 60]

Steamed sea bass en papillote, Malabar style bouillabaisse, lemon rice

Carnival by Tresind

6. Biryani [AED 60]

If you wish, you could even settle for a Biryani – they have a good variety of em


Milk cake crumble served with saffron milk and dates

Carnival by Tresind

3. Gajak [AED 150]

Alinea inspired dessert (one of the best restaurants in the world, located in Chicago) – peanut butter, chocolate, brownies, icecream scoops, caramel and frozen raspberries, served on a silicon mat

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