We were motivated to visit Martin's by a restaurant.com voucher for $25 off $50. We even read a review on tripadvisor before we went that raved abut the food and noted that they had been permitted to use this same voucher for the Early Bird menu. Unfortunately, we did not mention our voucher until the check came and were dismayed to be told that it could not be honored except on full-priced dinner menu items. I work in sales and customer service so I know what it's like to be on the receiving end from a jerk customer, so we said very little and paid the full bill.
My advice to Martin, the owner: You need to make the terms of your offer very clear in black and white on the coupon! I just found another review that mentioned where they tried to use the same voucher for the breakfast buffet and were angrily told it was not intended for that! Why do I have the feeling that your employee who honored it for the Early Bird for that other reviewer got in trouble and perhaps fired?
That said, the food was very good and the service was attentive and efficient, although the place was nt very busy. I had a special consisting of grilled salmon with spinach risotto and tomato butter that was quite rich and tasty. Ironically, this was an "early bird" special that was $25, about $10 more than the other early bird items, and I splurged because I thought we would save $25 with the voucher. Not sure it was worth $25, but still very good. My wife had a filet that was cooked just right for her (she does not like the pink center), and my young daughter had angel hair pasta from the children's menu. The salads were very good but the soup was rather bland, perhaps from a can?
So, very good food, but would we return? Not sure... There is no shortage or restaurants around here and this was good but not exceptional. Combined with the restaurant.com issue.... Ehh. Probably not
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