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Perhaps it is the location at the intersection between South and Central Delhi or the limitless parking or the fact that it is a ground floor restaurant that is negotiable on a wheelchair. Or perhaps it is just the pleasant vibe and the Spanish and Portuguese music on their playlist. But Tres has been a hit from the word go, run as it is by a pair of well-known chefs: Julia and Jatin. The food doesn't fit categorisation: it is modern European for the most part.
We tried the pork belly with mash and grilled vegetables along with chorizo filled chicken breast with risotto.. The food was just outstanding . The risotto was the best I had in the city till date .. The meal was ended with Belgian chocolate fondant with home made vanilla ice cream .. I was quite surprised by the quality of food that came my way and of course one tends to enjoy it more with a complimentary glass of wine .
Over the past year or so the C-in-C (i.e. The Wife) and I have been to Tres at least 5 times. It is the only restaurant we have ever been to where we order 3 courses every time. So that makes 30 dishes. And every time, every dish has been consistently excellent. For a standalone and not obscenely expensive restaurant they have a very good wine list both in terms of range and pricing (only relatively speaking, because wine prices in India -especially the imported varieties - are more duty-burdened than a Dhobi's donkey). The ambience is understated, but adequately elegant. The service is prompt and polite. My only complaint is that Chef Jatin wiggled out of giving us a bottle of that amazing chillies-infused salad dressing. But since we are going again for dinner tonight the C-in-C intends to ambush him!
I am into finding good fine dine places in the city. Places with beautiful ambiance, equally good food and places that give you an experience. So that's how I found Tres at Lodhi and decided to go here one evening. The servers were very polite and proactive. They really were on their toes to attend us.The menu seemed promising . We went with a seafood plate which had 3 meats . These were presented with sweet sour dressing and fresh salad.I tried there chocolate berry Sangria. Berries and chocolate both tasted distinctly in red wine. The bread served to us was very fresh and tasted very well. We took home 'tiger skin' bread from their bakery section.The above things costed to 2500.Overall I enjoyed my evening at Tres. The restaurant was lit well to give a cozy yet classy feeling to diners . Shall be back soon :)
Entering Tres one feels a certain homely (albeit Royal) air around. The staff is cordial and warm. The food recommendations both for veg and non veg were excellent. Tried the herbed spinach roulade and crispy chicken along with excellent in-house wine. The chocolate fudge was made with extreme care, firm on the outside, gooey and flowing inside. The next table ordered Mango pannacotta and if the presentation was anything to go by, it was heavenly. :-)
Delhi is fast loosing places where dinner is quite and relaxing. Tres fits the bill.
Recently visited Tres and had a really great time with my family. The food is exceptional and really delicious. The lamb chops are to die for. They also offer a bread basket which is the best I have eaten so far - must try the pesto foccacia sticks and also their desserts are superb.
Right on the intersection of south and central Delhi lies a magnificent restaurant by the name of Tres. Located in Lodhi colony Tres is a discovery in itself that unfolds with true wonder. Famous for serving delectable European fare the restaurant is run by well-known duo Julia and Jatin. They both cook from locally produced ingredients transforming them from a humble patch to a mesmerizing dish. Their co-ordination sings on the plate that have earned them their regulars. Their poignant food matches well with the ambience of easy elegance. The servers are eager to serve you and are on their toes the whole time. Cordial and polite the service improves the experience at Tres. The enjoyable ambience with the Portuguese music in the background creates a romantic aura. Take your wife to Tres if you want to woo her with superior food and great wine.
The menu is a clever selections of modern European dishes made with unusual combinations. Start with roasted peppers and picked mushroom bruschetta, salad of quinoa, red onion, cucumber, honey seared parma ham on toasted brioche, chili garlic king prawn and calamari and inverted salad of crab sticks. Delicious sandwiches using ciabatta, brioche and multigrain bread with scrumptious fillings like smoked ham, crispy fish, roasted bell peppers, sea food fideua, spiced and grilled chicken. Mains section include wild mushroom risotto, pan tossed tiger prawns, mustard crusted sea bass, new Zealand lamb chops, crisp skin chicken roulade, Belgium pork belly and open ravioli of lotus stem and much more. Juicy sea food is cooked in multiple ways. Butter poached lobster tail, grilled tuna cooked tataki style sounds so yummy. Definitely try goat cheese churros with apple walnut dressing, it is to die for. The same goes for lovely cache of desserts.
Red velvet slice with cream cheese frosting, caramel glaze parfait, double chocolate fudge, apple and ginger pie, oats and parmesan crumble and finally trio of brulee should be eaten with relish. Opt for chef’s special dessert platter if you want best of everything. To drink either choose Himalayan teas or stronger stuff. Champagne, wine, scotch, whisky, cocktails, mocktails, juices, beer, you will be bombarded with options. Tres is a wonderful restaurant with hidden layers of surprises. It is a bit on the expensive side so be prepared. A dinner for two will cost you twenty four hundred for superb food and even better ambience.