Michelin-starred Tresind Studio and St Hubertus to host four-hand dinners in Dubai

Michelin-starred Tresind Studio and St Hubertus to host four-hand dinners in Dubai

Taking place over two days, dishes will be inspired by both the Arabian Gulf and the Dolomites

Chef Himanshu Saini of Dubai-based Trèsind Studio is set to welcome chef Norbert Niederkofler of three-Michelin-starred St Hubertus in San Cassiano, Italy. 

Niederkofler's ‘Cook the Mountain’ philosophy is based on "low intervention and even lower environmental impact". Niederkofler works on the principles of ethical cuisine that flourishes on human bonds, with a focus on the producers, the territory and the guests. 

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The culinary veteran will join Himanshu Saini at Tresind Studio in Dubai for a series of collaborative dinners taking place over two nights on the 23 and 24 November 2022.

Leading local chef Saini’s mission has been to change the perception of Indian cuisine and elevate how diners experience Indian food. Trèsind Studio is his ode to the culinary legacy of his homeland and testament to his skills.


Speaking about what inspires his culinary approach, Saini said: “I come from an agricultural family in India. I grew up spending a lot of time around fresh produce, herbs and flowers. This has created an innate inclination towards using locally sourced ingredients, which is organically expressed in our menu at Trèsind Studio. 

"Indian food has so much to offer, with such diversity in the landscape, produce, culture and cuisine. My team and I are passionate about making dishes that we enjoy savouring, dishes that we want to share with our guests.”

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