Whether you’re in to watch the game, race or match, or are after a relaxing meal with family or friends, Trios Sports Club provides the perfect backdrop. The wonderful dining space serves up an a la carte menu packed with Australian classics, so you can while the day or evening away – perhaps on the outdoor terrace? – in full relaxation mode. Not only does this Cranbourne spot serve up all the classics you know and love, there’s also a changing specials board so you can rest assured you’ll always be in for a tasty treat. You’ll find Trios Sports Club on Grant Street, south of Melbourne, only a stone’s throw from the Cranbourne Gardens. Book your table now!
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The Covid restrictions/conditions explained in detail, the premises were immaculate, the floor and bar staff were friendly and helpful, and the food was cooked to our liking, served hot and was delicious. This was our fourth visit to Rios this year, and have always walked away satisfied with the dining experience. Thank you
Food was amazing and all staff were very helpful and friendly
They could do without letting kids run around the dining room but otherwise ok
What could be better than spending a sunny afternoon or evening taking in the views of Cranbourne tracks, enjoying a wholesome and delicious meal that won’t break the bank either? For us, not a whole lot, and it doesn’t get much better than at Trios Sports Club. Take the whole family or catch up with friends and catch the game and tuck into some of the seriously good Australian grub this Melbourne spot has on offer. The menu here is extensive, and we recommend kicking things off with a starter of crumbed mozzarella fingers served with chunky salsa and plum sauce, a duo of dips with a fresh baked loaf and tempura prawns and panko-crumbed squid rings, teriyaki sauce and garlic aioli.
For the main event, you’ll find all the classics you know and love at Trios Sports Bar, like the All Australian parma topped with bacon, fried egg, barbecue sauce and melted cheese, or, tuck into herb-crusted lamb cutlets served with garlic parsley mash and a vegetable ragout. If you’ve got a hankering for some fresh seafood, you can’t go past the beer battered barramundi served with caesar salad, chunky chips and tartare sauce, or, for the steak lovers, a chargrilled T-Bone goes down just perfectly. You’ll also find pizzas, pastas and a meal for the little ones, as well as a very enticing dessert menu to boot. So do yourself a favour and pay Trios Sports Club in Cranborne a visit. Located on Grant Street, south of Melbourne, booking ahead is advised to avoid disappointment.
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