Located in VOCO Hotel, it blends together Middle Eastern and Indian cuisines.
Trèsind fans, we have news. The award-winning restaurant has announced that it is opening Aamara in Dubai. Located in VOCO Hotel on Sheikh Zayed Road, Aamara is taking over Trèsind’s old home and fusing together Middle Eastern and Indian food.
Aamara in Dubai prides itself on showcasing flavours from The Silk Road, and serves up pretty plates – we’re talking vibrant colours with a delicate touch. The menu includes cold plates, small plates, big plates and sides that span meat, fish and vegetarian dishes.
The mains include a traditional butter chicken, beef short ribs and pot nihari, lamb shank tajine with caramelised onions and saffron cous cous, and Malabar shrimp curry en papillote with lemon rice. Plus, desserts include baklava with pistachio cremeaux and rose gelato, and shahi tukra with saffron ice cream.
The drinks menu includes an extensive cocktail list. The drinks range from A Cup of Indian Tea with Tanqueray no 10, fresh pomegranate, floral and mandarin air, to Thirsty Bird with Hendricks, Cherry Heering, Cointreau, grapefruit and absinthe perfume.
As for the name Aamara, it has multiple meanings: in Arabic, it means forever beautiful; in Sanskrit, it means immortal; in Latin, it means everlasting; and in Africa it means grace.
Trèsind have recently been serving up exciting announcements. The team announced that it is launching the new restaurant Maison de Curry. The new venue has opened in Dubai and takes diners on a tour of the world’s greatest curries.
If the success of Trèsind is anything to go by, then Aamara in Dubai should be on your restaurant radar. The Trèsind brand is a charming homegrown success story, and one of the most critically acclaimed restaurants in Dubai. Trèsind Studio in Palm Jumeirah’s Nakheel Mall, has been awarded one MICHELIN Star and was named ‘Best Indian Restaurant’ at the FACT Dining Awards Dubai 2022.
Trèsind, you are spoiling us.
GO: Visit https://aamara.ae for more information.