This is our third time here, it has always been good.It did not disapoint, my friend had a burger and fries, yummy looking. My Greek salad was fab.The service excellent Trillium never has let us down.
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Pulled into town with no clue where to have lunch. We walked up and down a few streets and stumbled on this low-key little "dive." We're we surprised! Gumbo, great. Turkey sandwich , special. Grilled chicken on wilted spinach, excellent. Fries, wonderful. Zero ambience, some...More
My son wanted to go here based on the name of the restaurant alone. We were surprised at how tasty the food was! We also enjoyed playing some board games that were kept in a cabinet while waiting for our food. Looks to be family-owned...More
Very casual place. Bar and restaurant. Chef works hard to perfect desserts. Place is not special but dependable for basic good food.
Place was busy for a Friday lunch and they only had one server for more than half the time we were there. We started with the Scooby snacks which are mini corn dogs and they were very good! We had the special which was loaded...More
Where else can you order a fish sandwich for under $12 and receive two slabs of beer-battered albacore tuna on a bun with tartar sauce, lettuce, pickles and tomato with a mountainous side of Cajun tater tots? My companion ordered a turkey sandwich, not the...More
Dark and a bit worn out when I visited. Food very tasty, but service was slow. When you dine alone, you don't want to feel like you've been "forgotten" by the waitress. I tracked her down to get a water refill... Sandwich and salad were...More
probably the best and in the top 5 of Club sandwiches I have ever had. They advertise that the clam Chowder is so good you will think you are at the beach. They're spot on. If you are looking for fancy and trendy go elsewhere....More
Oh my God!!!! Probably the best burger I've ever had. My GF and I were out prowling around the Columbia river gorge and got hungry about Hood river, Oregon. cruised up the main drag and found a place to park then started walking. Two blocks...More