To put things in perspective, I recently turned 18. I often was forced to tag along with family to the restaurant when I was younger (13-15 yrs old) and as I did not have an appreciation for fine dining and anything other than your basic burgers & pizza stuck my nose up at this place. However, as a result of trying Terrilli's down the street for my graduation, I entered St. Martin's with a new mindset and loved it. I now realize why my parents have been going here for 30 years. The service is EXCELLENT (in part I'm sure because they're regular customers), the brie soup is splendid (I highly recommend using it as a dipping sauce for bread!), I've never had veal before and loved it here, and as far as desserts I made a bad choice with the Chocolate Terrine but I sampled my tables' other desserts and would've been highly satisfied with either the Creme Brulee or Cheesecake. Be sure to ask for Ome (I believe that's how it's spelled) as he will make your service unforgettable.
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