New American Food for Lunch or Dinner at Trio Restaurant (Half Off). Three Options Available.


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In a Nutshell

Mediterranean-influenced New American cuisine includes lamb burgers, greek moussaka, and moroccan lamb stew

The Fine Print

Expires 150 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required for private dinner. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $10 for $20 worth of food and drinks during lunch
  • $15 for $30 worth of food and drinks during dinner
  • $149 for a private five-course dinner for up to 10 people (a $300 value)

The private dinner begins with servings of zucchini and corn fritters, served with a spicy lemon-and-dijon yogurt sauce, before moving on to plates of crunchy greek salad. Servings of gnocchi are followed by a diner’s choice of either moussaka—a layered slab of parmesan, mozzarella, feta, marinara, and butternut squash that is similar to a pasta-less lasagna—or a moroccan lamb stew served over couscous. A sweet-bread pudding rounds out the meal.

Dinners can begin with plates of fried butternut-squash ravioli ($8) or zucchini and corn fritters ($8). Entrees include lamb shank served with butternut-squash risotto and seasonal vegetables ($20), and ground beef and lamb in dumplings draped in marinara sauce ($18).The lunch menu includes salads ($8) and sandwiches such as an open-faced lamb burger, which rests on a pesto pita covered in fruit salsa and cumin-cucumber-yogurt sauce ($12).

Trio Restaurant

At Trio Restaurant, head chef Gonul Blum synthesizes the flavors of her native Turkey using ingredients grown organically in Northern California. In the kitchen, she adds French and Spanish touches to a melting pot of New American dishes, including curried chicken and moroccan lamb stew. Out in the spacious dining room, soft golden lights illuminate the tan booths and dark wooden tables where guests devour seasonal dishes and sip cocktails. Trio’s gourmet market also supplies diners with a selection of dried teas, herbs from Gonul’s own garden, and housemade sauces and marmalades to spread over otherwise inedible laptop computers.


the service was fantastic and the food was of a very high quality. The owner was clearly involved in making sure the details were taken care of

MetroSplash S., Yelp, 7/8/12

the Curry Chicken I ordered is delicious and made me extremely happy.

Micki G., Yelp, 9/6/12


77% of 307 customers

  • “Wonderful waiter (same fellow from Ganul's) and we like that Ganul is so involved with every aspect of running the business (even took our reservations)!”

  • “We loved Gonul's former restaurant, Vanilla Bean, and were happy that she has now opened Trio. The food is creative, blending a variety of flavors, and she makes...”

    “We loved Gonul's former restaurant, Vanilla Bean, and were happy that she has now opened Trio. The food is creative, blending a variety of flavors, and she makes each dish unique and delicious.”

  • “Keep up the good work!”

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    826 J St.

    Sacramento, California 95814


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