Trilinks dining options are centered at Marlwood Golf and Country Club. The choices at Marlwood range
from a Fine Dining menu in our County Dining Room to fresh restaurant offerings in the lounge. Either
choice provides quality food prepared with local ingredients. We take pride in using seasonal ingredients
to keep the regulars excited about the menus. Our Chef's presentations and served flavours are always
well received by the diners.
The Country Dining Room is very charming and accommodates groups up to 60. The focal point is the
fireplace located at the head of the room. It adds a warm cozy atmosphere which is felt throughout the
entire clubhouse. The Dining Room is open to all of the public by reservation. If you are having a
dinner out or a small get together our Country Dining Room is the perfect opportunity for great evening!
The lounge offers the same great quality of food and presentation. But you can expect in much
faster so you can get back to your game of golf or home. The fully stocked bar is at your finger tips
so you can enjoy a draft beer while you watch the game on one of the plasma TVs. The lounge is
the best choice for large social functions that wish to relax and socialize having a good time. A second
popular feature is the dance floor. Anyone wishing to have a wedding reception, this is best spot in town!
The lounge's capacity is about 120 without a dance and about 90 keeping the dance floor available.
Countrylicious Dining Menu
On Weekend evenings we have a Table d'hôte menu for only $24.95. This 3 course menu changes every week using only the freshest and seasonal produce. Served in our cozy Dining room with a large open fire place the service and food is bound to blow your socks off. To view the upcoming menus please click here.(please link to Special offers - dinning specials)
Chef Chris Bishop loves to snowboard and play golf. But his passion is food. His first entry into the world of cooking occurred in his native England at the age of 12. He entered a cake into the local village fair and won. He began formal training as a chef at 18 and among his many other jobs has cooked for Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip and Princess Anne.
In Spring of 2008 he emigrated to Canada to be with his wife who grew up in the Georgian Bay area. They met in Australia where Chris spent 6 years being Head Chef of a Gastro Pub in Perth. He was also a chef in Utah at the Snowbird Resort’s Fine Dining room and at a Japanese fusion restaurant in Queenstown New Zealand.