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(Updated 9:30 a.m., Oct. 10)
St. Martha's Brasserie celebrating its third anniversary

By Fred Sherwin
Orléans Online

Chef Ryan Feltmate is the culinary mastermind behind St. Martha's Brasserie's ever evolving menu. Photo supplied

It's hard to believe that it's been three years since St. Martha's Brasserie d'Orléans first opened its doors to an enthusiastic public eager for the chance to try their eclectic menu.

From the beginning, St. Martha's has enjoyed the type of success most restaurateurs can only dream of. The 46 seat restaurant located in Orléans Town Centre is full more often than not. Diners are attracted by the consistently delicious food; the bright, contemporary decor; and the friendly and attentive service.

But like any successful eatery, St. Martha's success starts with the food which is lovingly prepared by Chef Ryan Feltmate, Sous Chef Erik Lacasse and their culinary brigade.

The constantly evolving menu contains items like the over- night brined pork chop from Lavergne's butcher in Navan, stuffed with local apples and toasted walnuts. Accompanied by caramel potatoes, sautéed kale and finished with a sweet sage and mustard sauce and dehydrated apple chips. Other items include grilled trout, duck confit, stuffed squash, amongst other items that cannot be found anywhere else.

Chef Feltmate's creativity is most evident when he puts together his weekly specials which rival any four-star creation you might find at fine dining establishments elsewhere in the city.

And what better accompaniment to a delicious meal than a glass of your favourite wine. St. Martha's has more than 24 varieties to choose from, as well as a delicious dessert menu and local beers on tap.

What keeps the patrons coming back for more is St. Martha's willingness to constantly evolve and remain on the cutting edge of the culinary arts.

If you haven't had the opportunity to enjoy the St. Martha's experience yet, I sincerely recommend that you do so. Whether it's a special occasion such as a birthday or an anniversary, or a Saturday date night, make a point to book a reservation so you can see, and taste, what the excitement is all about.

To learn more about St. Martha's Brasserie d'Orléans or to check out their new menu visit www.brasseriedorleans.com.

(This story was made possible thanks to their generous support of our local business partners.)





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