I went because it had great reviews but honestly we were there for 3 hours and weren't doing a tasting menu. The ambiance was nice but it was so overpriced and it took them forever to bring us our food. Even the cheese course took forever. They ran out of oysters which wasn't their fault but it was disappointing. They charged my friends $3 per soda... which were mostly ice so that's slightly insane. The short "ribs" was a short "rib" and the ravioli that they say you can split as an appetizer was one ravioli. Suffice it to say we left hungry and tired. I don't think I would come back.
Great food and incredible service... good wine list too... thank you!
Very poor quality food. I am hoping it was just a bad night. Overpriced for the quality and quantity
Great dinner at Triniti. Eric the waiter was super as well. Thanks!
We went here for Sunday brunch. Although it did not look that busy, our service was slow. We had to wait for over 15 minutes to get our food. I had to tell the manager; surprisingly, he said sorry and gave us pastry & mimosa on the house. After eating that, our food came out. The food plating was great, the taste was okay. We ordered madame and the brunch burger. Madame's salad was tasty, but the other muffin was not as good as I thought. Brunch burger had a huge portion which was actually good. Came out with fries.
I loved the pastry, I think I wanna try their five brunch course next time!
We chose Triniti after seeing how highly it tasted on Chronicle-writer, Allison Cook's list and we were certainly not disappointed! The staff was warm, the service was great, the restaurant itself was beautiful--oh, and the food and cocktails were great too! We were there to celebrate a birthday and the dessert we ordered included a birthday message and a candle. Overall, it was a wonderful experience and we look forward to coming back for Happy Hour!
Came as a Christmas gift for my Mother in law. AMAZINGLY delicious food - really really top notch. While service started slow, one word to the hostess/manager and everything was instantly back on track with comped cocktails by way of customer service. This is a great place and clearly committed to making things right for their customers - and the food is TOP NOTCH. I'll be back 🤗
I'm sad to report that Triniti has lost its verve. A few years ago, it was a hot spot where you were sure to taste something new and exciting in a posh setting, but now it is more of a place with interesting chef-driven ideas on the menu that don't quite work. Case in point, the beets and pineapple terrine and the oversized, yet tough chewy, pork chop.
We recently tried Triniti after hearing positive reviews from friends, but I have to be honest and say I was disappointed. We went for brunch. Service was decent, but the food was overpriced for small portions that were average quality, at best. They charged $9 for yogurt with fruit and honey, but the portion of yogurt was 4 spoonfuls at best, less than half of a single serving container you could buy for yourself at the grocery store. Was it good? It was ok, but nothing I couldn't buy or order elsewhere for a lot cheaper. Will we be back? No. The food just wasn't worth the hype, much less the price.
The food was fine. The cocktails were fine. I've just paid much less for equivalent quality. Won't be going back.
Great food, excellent service. The ribs are a must! Fantastic bartenders. They "get it"! Jaycee(manager) is very attentive always!
This is some of the best food in town! We especially enjoyed the charcuterie plate - all the components were carefully thought out and worked perfectly together. I had a fish dish, my husband had short ribs. When asked for a wine suggestion, the sommelier brought out not one, not two, but four options for us. He explained each choice and we would up with a lovely wine that went well with both of our entrees. We will absolutely dine here again.
Tasting menu filling but a bit overpriced. Great service from multiple waiters and sommelier. I just wish I had ordered the short rib or ravioli instead of having 5 courses of things I may not have picked (beet and goat cheese terrine too cold; poached sea bass too salty). But more than have the courses and dessert were all tasty. And I loved the amuse bouche.
Great service, from the valet and host to our waiter. Lovely interior and an interesting variety of fusions/combinations. Exceptional cocktails. Would definitely return.
Really good fun and environment. Really recommended
This restaurant has been recommended more than once to us, so I was excited to try it. We were early so the place was quiet, so I can not really comment on the atmosphere. The produce was all fresh and nicely prepared, but in my opinion the plates were not very balanced or maybe I did not understand the menu or waiter well enough. Overall I was somewhat disappointed.
The food is creative and wonderful. The service is terrific and the atmosphere welcoming.
Chris was our server and I was really impress by how polite and attentive he was without being a bother. Great restaurant and best service I've had in awhile.
We had a delicious night! Everything was amazing.
Our 3rd time dining at Triniti. While not quite "3's the charm", it was a good meal with very good service in a pretty environ. I guess because the previous 2 meals were such delicious dining, we were disappointed by this 3rd meal. Why? Just a few things that added up to a lackluster meal. The duck fritters, while an interesting concept, lacked something in execution - mostly they lacked a discernible duck presence. But the roasted mushrooms that came with the fritters were delicious. I would have preferred a mushroom fritter with a small side of duck. Also, the fritters were sweet - almost sweet enough to be dessert. While I enjoyed the red & gold baby beets in the beet & goat cheese salad, the soft spread of goat cheese that was the base of the salad was "meh". I looked forward to the deconstructed Iberico stew, based upon the description from our wonderful wait staff. That's another thing, the menu was cryptic - the name of the menu item, followed by a partial list of the ingredients, but little mention of the preparation. The "stew" consisted of 2 pieces of under-seasoned roasted pork, a pouring of under-seasoned tomato gravy, & some pieces of woefully under-cooked roasted squash. That's not what the term "stew" conjures in my mind. The other main at the table was the roasted rock Cornish hen. An entire Cornish hen, very tasty & with a beautifully burnished skin. But it came with more of those slices of undercooked squashes. People, people, people ... COOK your vegetables! Undercooked squash is fibrous & starchy - not the delectable mouthful that it should be! So, we were disappointed in this experience. BUT, we won't let that keep us away. Triniti is better than this "blip". We will return.