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Michelin-starred Trishna proves its worth as one of the capital's more sophisticated and "professional" Indian addresses in a setting of calm, measured luxury, with barely a cliché in sight. The menu claims allegiance to coastal cuisine, although the kitchen has a broad remit – moving from delicately spiced aloo chat to luxurious lobster kempu rassa (with curry leaf, black pepper and tomato). The tandoor turns out everything from gloriously herby hariyali bream with smoked tomato kachumber to duck seekh kebab with spiced pineapple chutney, while wild rabbit chettinad stands out among the curries. Vegetable dishes and glammed-up desserts are also praised to the skies by readers. The "sheer inventiveness" of the food is matched by co-owner/sommelier Sunaina Sethi's intelligent wine list, although some diners have noticed a dip in standards since sibling Gymkhana started grabbing the headlines.
I had a business dinner with some of my all-time favourite investors, who over time have also become good friends. They love Indian food and will usually go to Gymkhana two out of their three nights in town, so this time I suggested Trishna for a change, and since it belongs to the same owners, they were keen to try.Trishna is a bit different from Gymkhana as it serves southern Indian food, which is lighter and more centred around seafood.We were six for dinner, which is perfect as we ordered a lot of different things and all shared.
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