This work is limited to the zero-dimensional, radical, and bivariate case. A lexicographical Gröbner basis can be simply viewed as Lagrange interpolation polynomials. In the same way the Chinese remaindering theorem generalizes Lagrange interpolation, we show how a triangular decomposition is linked to a specific Gröbner basis (not the reduced one). A bound on the size of the coefficients of this specific Gröbner basis is proved using height theory, then a bound is deduced for the reduced Gröbner basis. Besides, the link revealed between the Gröbner basis and the triangular decomposition gives straightforwardly a numerical estimate to help finding a lucky prime in the context of modular methods.