Despite working just up the hill on St Vincent Street from Martha's - and passing it every day - I had never thought of popping in for lunch until a recent health kick had me searching for something other than the usual supermarket sandwiches. Martha's advertises itself as a health-conscious cafe/takeaway but an emphasis on local produce and, above all, tasty food.
There are a range of freshly made salads and wraps available, but so far I have only ever gone for the soup - Ham Hough one day, Thai chicken the next. Both were delicious, although a little expensive. £2.55 for a small plastic tub of soup, and £1.05 for a wedge of (admittedly delicious) bread is a bit steep. However the 'small' soup is enough to fill up all but the hungriest. I also had a delicious summer berry smoothie, which again at £3.55 is probably over priced but still tasty.
Clientele, around lunchtime at least, looks to be almost exclusively office workers from around the city centre. Theres seating for +/- 25 people, and the service on both of my visits has been quick and friendly.
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