Tria Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 5959 Centerville Rd 100

    Saint Paul, MN 55127

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  • 651-426-9222

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My girlfriend and I went to Tria for Valentine's day. We had an 8:00 reservation and the restaurant was semi-busy but had plenty of wait staff. Our waiter, Raymond swore within the first 5 minutes of his introduction, something about the

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My girlfriend and I went to Tria for Valentine's day. We had an 8:00 reservation and the restaurant was semi-busy but had plenty of wait staff. Our waiter, Raymond swore within the first 5 minutes of his introduction, something about the

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Best Restaurant and Bar Just Outside the Twin Cities I recently returned from a date at Tria. First, the restaurant and bar is beautiful - so warm, rich and cozy. The patio looks great and I am going to return in the spring. They had

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Best Restaurant and Bar Just Outside the Twin Cities I recently returned from a date at Tria. First, the restaurant and bar is beautiful - so warm, rich and cozy. The patio looks great and I am going to return in the spring. They had

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This is a wonderful restaurant experience north of the cities. If you want an excellent martini, great food, and a beautiful bar and restaurant, go to Tria! They also have a wonderful outdoor patio and great service.The tenderloin medallions and the macaroni and cheese are outstanding!

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This is a wonderful restaurant experience north of the cities. If you want an excellent martini, great food, and a beautiful bar and restaurant, go to Tria! They also have a wonderful outdoor patio and great service.The tenderloin medallions and the macaroni and cheese are outstanding!

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This restaurant is a hidden jewel just off 35E and County Rd J. The menu is very eclectic--there is something good for everyone. There are always interesting selections to choose from. Highly recommend skipping a traditional turkey dinner and making reservations here for Thanksgiving.

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This restaurant is a hidden jewel just off 35E and County Rd J. The menu is very eclectic--there is something good for everyone. There are always interesting selections to choose from. Highly recommend skipping a traditional turkey dinner and making reservations here for Thanksgiving.

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This restaurant is great. Everyone is real friendly (my neighbor even had them design a plate saying "prom" in chocolate with a piece of cheesecake for his date). Food is good, although spendy.

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This restaurant is great. Everyone is real friendly (my neighbor even had them design a plate saying "prom" in chocolate with a piece of cheesecake for his date). Food is good, although spendy.

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Food was either too bland or too salty. Service was good, but very disappointed in the food. The website states risotto and there was not any at all, I was told they had not had any in a year. If that is true the website should have been updated by now.

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Food was either too bland or too salty. Service was good, but very disappointed in the food. The website states risotto and there was not any at all, I was told they had not had any in a year. If that is true the website should have been updated by now.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: Food and price

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This was one of the worst dining experiences ever. The waitress was great, but that was it. The " tasting menu" was inedible. My husband and I both ordered it and had to send it back. Baby food came to mind. She brought out a pork porterhouse to replace it that was raw. My father in law ordered the lamb pie. There was one peice of lamb in a tomato sauce. It was just alwful. I am afraid the kitchen at the nearby nursing home may have taken over the cooking. Needless to say, we did not stick around for dessert.

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This was one of the worst dining experiences ever. The waitress was great, but that was it. The " tasting menu" was inedible. My husband and I both ordered it and had to send it back. Baby food came to mind. She brought out a pork porterhouse to replace it that was raw. My father in law ordered the lamb pie. There was one peice of lamb in a tomato sauce. It was just alwful. I am afraid the kitchen at the nearby nursing home may have taken over the cooking. Needless to say, we did not stick around for dessert.

Pros: service

Cons: food

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Recently ate dinner on a Friday evening with 7 ther for grandparents 63rd anniversary. Service was above average which was good, since the restaurant was surprisingly empty. Almost everone at our table had seafood. Mussels and calamari appatizers, sea bass and salmon entrees. Heard no compliants. French Onion soup was excellent. Wine list looked extensive. Warm and inviting layout and decor

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★★★★☆

Recently ate dinner on a Friday evening with 7 ther for grandparents 63rd anniversary. Service was above average which was good, since the restaurant was surprisingly empty. Almost everone at our table had seafood. Mussels and calamari appatizers, sea bass and salmon entrees. Heard no compliants. French Onion soup was excellent. Wine list looked extensive. Warm and inviting layout and decor

Pros: Parking, Seafood, Seated promptly

Cons: Location, Downstairs bathrooms, Tap Beer Selection

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My husband and I went here for our anniversary and we were very pleased. I actually ordered the lobster chicken pot pie and thought it was fabulous. The server was very attentive the whole visit and when my husband and I ordered a wonderful blueberry rhubarb pie desert "Happy Anniversary" was etched in chocolate on the plate. It was a great outing all around.

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★★★★★

My husband and I went here for our anniversary and we were very pleased. I actually ordered the lobster chicken pot pie and thought it was fabulous. The server was very attentive the whole visit and when my husband and I ordered a wonderful blueberry rhubarb pie desert "Happy Anniversary" was etched in chocolate on the plate. It was a great outing all around.

Pros: service, food

Cons: none this visit

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Small, but varied menu. A number of items change on a seasonal basis or as the freshest ingredients are available. The fillets of beef (two half-dollar sized pieces - $32) were tender, but could have been a bit more flavorful.. The fresh, seafood special (peppered tuna - $19) was excellent and was a decent sized portion. About a half dozen good desserts. We had the hazelnut crème brule and chocolate torte. Great coffee. Service was poor. We had to sit in the bar area even though there were other tables available. Some patio dining is available.
½ priced wines on Sunday and Monday. Wine menus did not reflect the proper vintage for our first choice of wine. Overall a good dining experience, but nothing to really make the dining experience stand out.

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★★★☆☆

Small, but varied menu. A number of items change on a seasonal basis or as the freshest ingredients are available. The fillets of beef (two half-dollar sized pieces - $32) were tender, but could have been a bit more flavorful.. The fresh, seafood special (peppered tuna - $19) was excellent and was a decent sized portion. About a half dozen good desserts. We had the hazelnut crème brule and chocolate torte. Great coffee. Service was poor. We had to sit in the bar area even though there were other tables available. Some patio dining is available.
½ priced wines on Sunday and Monday. Wine menus did not reflect the proper vintage for our first choice of wine. Overall a good dining experience, but nothing to really make the dining experience stand out.

Pros: Wine Value, Outdoor Dining, Varied Menu

Cons: , Inattentive Service

 

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