Restaurant: Tria

Debbie and I had dinner at the Tria on a recent trip to Dearborn.

As you enter the restaurant from the lobby of the hotel there is a bar at the right that seats 12. Above the bar are two very large TVs that can be easily seen throughout the restaurant.

Next are four high tops that seat up to four people on tall chairs that span the width of the restaurant. Then there is a table that seats 10, four on each side and one at each end.

The balance of the restaurant is filled with 2 and 4 tops and one table that can seat 6-8. There is an open grill at the far end of the restaurant. The restaurant seats up to 100.

The menus brought to the table are on iPads. The menu is outlined by course and when you find an item in which you are interested you touch it and a picture of the dish with details pops up.

Debbie started with Roast Duck & Roast Pear Halloumiche salad followed by Spiced Apple Crusted Whitefish with Brussel sprouts, Yukon potato and maple vinaigrette.

I started with Onion Soup with Rye croutons and Raclette cheese. For my main course I selected a Deer & Duck Burger, ground Venison, Onion, Roast Bell Pepper, Mushrooms, Seared Foie Gras with a Brioche Bun.

We finished our meal sharing a Classic Chocolate Souffle.

The server was excellent and helpful and because the restaurant was not crowded, had time to visit with us.

The restrooms were elsewhere in the lobby.

The Henry Hotel
300 Town Center Drive
Dearborn, Michigan 48126