We were going to Jazz at the Bistro just up the street so we were looking for something within walking distance for an early dinner. We looked at Triumph's website and were impressed with the many "off standard" type things on the menu and decided to give it a try. Since we were early the place was not crowded and the motif(motorcycle stuff) added a nice touch. We shared the asparagus appetizer and the calamari appetizer. They were outstanding. The service was a bit ragged as the beer list was not especially up to date and it took 3 tries for one of us to get a beer that he liked(the first choices were no longer choices). They did have a nice selection but need to keep up with what they really have. The wines by the glass were also more than adequate. The menu is quite qide and if you can't find something you like well poor you. I had the blackened grouper sandwich and it was very good. The soup special-described as a Mediterranean clam chowder was very good but a bit salty. My wife had the salmon and it was very good. Our friends had the grouper entree and a pork tenderloin entree and both reported them as very good. We would have had dessert but the time to get our entree out was inexplicably long so we did not have the time to do that. Maybe next time. The food was worth the trip if you are in the area. They do need to brush up their service. The waiter at least appeared to be on top of things so the problem with service is apparently in the back of the house.