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Churrasqueira Martins

Posted by Staff / Listed on July 7, 2011 / review policy

Churrasqueira MartinsChurrasqueira Martins serves a lot more than just roast chicken. On the menu at this Rogers Road Portuguese restaurant is Spanish-style mussels, pizza, a variety of fish dishes, steaks, pasta and more.



amanda / August 17, 2014 at 08:01 pm
If you want over priced Portuguese food and the worst possible service, this is the place to go.
ares replying to a comment from amanda / October 6, 2014 at 08:00 pm
This restaurant is fantastic! You definitely get what you pay for, the food is great and authentic.
joe fresh / November 19, 2014 at 08:51 pm
amanda sounds realy mad maybe u went on a bad night ...
Owl / January 4, 2015 at 06:35 pm
My husband and I went and I said to him never again! $64.00! Yes for 2 people! Never again. The price I paid can get 4 people a nice and very tasty portuguese a meal at Costa Verde on Eglinton and Keele! Sevice with a smile and reasonably priced! I don't recommend this churassqueira!
mykeylykey / September 1, 2015 at 07:19 pm
Portuguese/Italian dude growing-up in the west-end back in the 'gino' days of the 80's.

Only commenting on a quick observation based on pics/prices from martin's website.

Maybe it's only me, but this place doesn't seem to have clear, distinctive vision of it's 'target market'. It seems to market itself as mid-tier portuguese resto.

Long-term success seems sketchy.

Rustic, country-style, grass-roots (quality eats at lower price points) portuguese resto's along dundas st w, college st w, bloor st w, dupont st w, rogers rd w, eglington ave w etc. are successful because they satisfy customers needs.

Higher-end tier portuguese resto's e . . . casa da ramboia (believe owners have retired) barriada, piri-piri etc. provide a elegent, sophisticated ambience that reflect in their menu prices. Better or for worse, they have a target (niche) clientele, and they provide what their patrons are looking for.

Only guessing here, considering martin's in a very working-class neighbourhood, their resto's prices might be considered by local-residents . . . 'delustional'.

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