Trio Grille also has seven salads, four varieties of taco meals and 10 varieties of entrees, from broccoli fried rice quinoa bowls to steak to grilled rosemary chicken.
They also offer a Friday night fish fry and a Saturday night prime rib dinner. But this was lunch, so I was headed for the burger and handhelds portion of the menu, though there's also everything from pizza to nachos, a sampler platter and boneless or traditional wings.
I ultimately decided on the carved sirloin sandwich ($15) and couldn't have been happier.
I am sure the reuben, cajun chicken, french dip and cuban are all good too, but the carved sirloin is probably the kind of the handheld. It was packed with huge chunks of top-end tender sirloin along with sauteed mushrooms, goat cheese and onion straws.
It took some huge bites to get going, but it was an excellent, juicy sandwich. And the sweet potato fries were a great touch on the side, even though I shared them with my fellow diner.
Regardless, I can see why people make the corner restaurant in the Glo-Bowl in Marengo a destination. Because the food is well worth your time.