Carnival by Trèsind is not only quirkily named, but also offers creatively concocted dishes, a fun atmosphere and inventive, eclectic décor. It’s all in the name. From the moment you step in and spot bronzed trees, asymmetrical mirrors and a toy merry-go-round in the centre of each table, you’ll see where the “Carnival” comes from. This sense of playfulness extends to the food and the names of the dishes, such as Game of Corns or the Mystery Meat – the description for which is simply “? ? ! !” on the menu (we won’t ruin the surprise, but let’s just say this is a must-order for meat-lovers). And while you’re sat enjoying your meal and the ambience, staff whirl around the various seating areas offering customers a quick spray with the bubble machine (make sure you cover your water glasses). The only downside of the whole experience (if you can call it that) is that the portions are huge and you might have to waddle out, feeling uncomfortably full.
Carnival by Tresind