Named for the culinary trio of sweet, savory and spirits, Triniti is a progressive American restaurant whose menu focuses on our Gulf Coast terroir as well as a global sourcing of the best ingredients we can find.
Triniti’s dining room features an open kitchen that allows diners to view the talented team that prepares the meal, a casually elegant ambiance, plus a bar and lounge with some of the best cocktails in the City. Although I didn’t visit the bar I did enjoy the decor, and then wine wall at the entrance.
It’s a fun and unique, off the radar lunch spot. I took a couple co-workers along on this journey and we experienced some Delicious and innovative delights. Each course left our table in excitement, receiving well over five stars from us!
BLT salad $16
iceberg slices, bacon, oven dried tomato, soft egg
red onion, blue cheese, sweet pickle remoulade
Local greens $6
broccoli, carrot, olive, tomato chip,
marcona almond, soy mustard vinaigrette
Blue Crab Corn Soup
was absolutely outstanding. Unfortunately it’s seasonal and not listed on the menu. Check out the neat clip of its presentation. I want some more!
Chicken schnitzel $14
warm potato salad, greens, lemon caper butter (had my own avocado)
The desserts were also wonderful. Pastry Chef Samantha Mendoza works magic in the kitchen. As a sucker for meringue based macarons I was over the moon when my selection came out. Simply exquisite. (most desserts, $9) I personally ordered one of Chef Mendoza’s “boxes”, which included house made macarons, not those old ones everyone sales from Toute Sweet.
Dessert “Boxes” $12
boxed chocolates and macarons
It helps to lunch in groups because you get to taste everything and I thoroughly enjoyed eating of the plates of my dates because they ordered some delicious desserts as well!
Coconut Pannacotta $9
honey ice cream, blueberry sphere, granola, sheep’s milk
Praline Crunch $9
hazelnut mousse, strawberry rhubarb, chocolate