Reservations highly recommended.
Dress is business casual. No jackets required.
A bit of a hidden gem tucked away in the S. Beach area. Would recommend!
Great food. Was my anniversary and we felt a bit young for the crowd but everything was amazing. Worth every oenny
A great setting with a wonderful upstairs Havana Bar, but the Maison Martinique was a disappointment. What began as a pleasant evening with cocktails in the sophisticated piano bar, the night went downhill as soon as we hit the restaurant. The room was freezing, the waitress became cooler as the hours progressed and the food was below average. The plates were piled high with too much over-cooked and tasteless food. The attached Caribbean Court Boutique Hotel however was a treat. Small but spotless rooms with every amenity plus a nice pool and courtyard and very helpful Vanessa on staff.
The filet mignon tips were awesome - never had better. And reasonably priced!
Maison Martinique is one of the finest options for dining in Vero Beach. The setting is very comfortable and traditional in nature for a fine dining establishment. The head chef and his team that joined Maison just over a year ago have done a wonderful job in creating a menu that can appeal to everyone including those looking for an exciting twist on more traditional type meals. If you are looking for a more casual dining experience or want to enjoy their piano player, then you can enjoy the same menu upstairs in their beautiful bar. I highly recommend Maison Martinique.
Was so looking forward to eating here for the third time
Raved about the place . Had another couple come there with us .
1) scallops cold bacon raw
2) bread cold and wet like it was just defrosted
3) nachos with pulled pork No Pork
4)Caesar salad with anchovies NO ANCHOVIES on the plane
5) Prime rib medium rare A raw fatty mess
6) Chicken way under cooked
7} Porterhouse steak at 50.00 a pop way under cooked
Everyone apologized from the hostess to waiter and chef
But they still charged us 350.00 for a horrible meal
Will never return
The new menu (and new chef) at Maison Martinique is “magnifique”! The menu choices are varied, and have a Caribbean flair and sense of flavor. The waitstaff is friendly and helpful with recommendations yet not obtrusive. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal!
Very nice atmosphere especially liked the lounge and piano. Food and drinks were pricey.
For starters my party of 3 ordered a charcuterie plate and the beet salad. The charcuterie had 3 cheeses, two meats, pickled onion, and grilled bread. The beet salad had a very bright citrus dressing. Entres were Duck, linguine with scallops and shrimp, and Fettuccine with lobster and crab. Service was excellent, not rushed but friendly and efficient. All the dishes were well executed and they did not skimp on the portions. Would it hesitate to eat here again.
Beautiful setting; wonderful tasty meal. Great knowledgeable server. All the employees seem to work as a team. As I said our server was top notch.
Our waitress Meagan was excellent. We both had seafood pasta. The shrimp and scallops were fresh and plump, although the pasta was undercooked.
Above average meal, but not memorable.
The entire experience was wonderful!
Made a late reservation for Vaentine's Day dinner. Only one available on Open Table - maybe there was a message in that. The meal was just OK, first 3 wine choices were not available. failed to ask the price of the Dover Sole special thinking it would be the normal $40 - $45. When we got the bill $85!!!!!
We have been here several times before and loved it. The staff keeps changing and the instability is reflected in the service and the food. We asked for the special. Pork chops, rare to medium rare. The waiter said the chef would not cook them that way and they came out well done, dry and white. For the price this is not worth it.
This is a real find! Food and service made for a fun and very enjoyable experience. There is a downstairs piano bar... really great! Can't wait to go back
Scallops were delicious but roast beef was overcooked and tasteless
Our server was very nice
We were hoping for better food!
Although I wanted a 7 p.m. reservation, that time was "blocked out". Therefore, we arrived at 6:45 p.m. to discover that there was only two other tables occupied.
Although I ordered the rack of lamb medium rare, it came out bloody. Our value attentive and underutilized waiter took it back to the kitchen and then brought the chef out to deliver it some 15 minutes later. Although it was then medium rare, my date's food was cold since she was waiting on me to be served.
I can now tell why the place was so empty on the Friday night before a Holiday weekend. Too bad since I have fond memories of this place under prior ownership.
No-one greeting at door. Only 1 waitress; she tried her best. Had to get own menus for later arriving 2some. Very cold air. Beef very tough. Very expensive for very mediocre evening. Will not return.
Steve and Katrina were very gracious hosts, and our prime rib was scrumptious. The atmosphere was quiet, relaxing, music just right, and the lighting was perfect. The martinis Katrina suggested were delicious.
Food was not good. This used to be our favorite restaurant with the best fish in Vero.
Menu was lackluster and preparation poorly executed.
Only exception was the key lime pie.
I was Very disappointed in food quality and preparation. Server removed my salad before I finished eating it. Fork was still in my hand when she removed it.
Finally! The chef and staff have figured out how to make this restaurant memorable. Each dish had a slight Caribbean flavor and were elegant. Very unique! We started with the Caribbean nachos. Yum! Plantain chips, marinated pork, goat cheese and a side of mango salsa. The spinach salad with the warm bacon dressing was also delightful.
For the entrees of roast duck (very crispy) and the balsamic beef tips were also enjoyed.
Two suggestions —- CHANGE THE NAME - new vibe new name (St. Bart)? and update the decor a bit-maybe a different paint color - Keep the same wood and unique lighting.
The food was excellent, it was thanksgiving the turkey dinner was very good, and the salmon dinner was superb, cooked perfect.
Thanksgiving dinner with my son. Very friendly staff . Meal was fine but nothing receptional. Soup could have been warmer, and too stingy with the cranberry sauce even though I did request a generous amount. All in all, quite satisfied!!
We went for Thanksgiving and had a very good prix fixe dinner. The hotel is charming, surrounded by a tropical garden. Everyone was very friendly and knowledgeable. The menu offered a choice of traditional or more creative and everything was good except the rolls, which were ordinary.
Went there for Thanksgiving. The turkey was just ok, little dry. Desert bread pudding was very dry. Service was excellent. Ambiance was great.
They forgot one entre, which ruined the evening. Food was good, but not exceptional. Would recommend Tides over this.
We ate here with our two children (ages 8 and 10) to celebrate a special occasion. It was a wonderful evening. Steven was our server and he was so kind and helpful. He made the kids feel so special. While there is not a children's menu, there are multiple things on the menu that appealed to my adventurous eaters. The ambiance of the restaurant is lovely. Everything that we ordered was delicious. The swordfish and lamb chops and filet tips were all cooked perfectly and accompanied by really tasty vegetables and rice or risotto. The charcuterie platter was large and varied and was plated beautifully. We finished with the brownie a la mode, which was a delicious brownie large enough to share.
Had dinner downstairs then went upstairs to the piano bar. What a great place!! The piano bar is fun and lively and you can eat the full menu upstairs!
Ambiance was great. Wait staff was outstanding! Katrina made it a very special night for us. All staff seemed very much engaged with the customers. They provided an excellent experience with a sense of humor. We celebrated Veteran's Day and it was worth every minute of it. Well done!
Though somewhat hidden and out of way, the restaurant was a pleasant departure from the more commercial establishments. The service was prompt professional, our waiter was well informed of menu options and attentive to our needs. Would return again as was a pleasant satisfying gastronomic indulgence.
Complete screwup by open table. We arrived for dinner and were told restaurant was closed. Much wasted time due to inappropriate booking by open table.
My wife and I had a wonderful date this Saturday at Maison Martinique. She had the Surf and Turf with the best sirloin I've tasted in a very long time. I had the seafood calamarata, scallops and shrimp over a cream sauce linguine. Excellent scallops and shrimp - large, fresh and cooked to perfection. After I finished, I returned to my wife's sirloin - fantastic.
Katrina and the entire Masion team were awesome. All 4 f ushad a great evening, thanks!
We were hoping that the restaurant had improved but were very disappointed. Even a new chef hasn’t gotten it back to where it used to be.
This restaurant never disappoints. Katrina and Steven who work the dining room are great, will bend over backward to sincerely help you have a fantastic dining experience.
What happened! This used to be one of our favorite restaurants. The valet is no longer there, nor is the hostess. There are new waitstaff, but only one is knowledgable. We were told that the 2 original chefs left in July. The restaurant was out of some of the cocktail liquors, including Makers Mark. They no longer have escargot or oysters rockefeller on the menu. The menu itself was horrible and most of the prices were north of $40.00. There were very few wines by the glass. Bread with dinner was $5.00 extra! Appetizer crab cakes were served cold and mostly bread crumbs. The mussels were OK. Roast duck, $42.00, skin was not crispy. Lamb chops, 3 small @ $42.00, were OK. Our waiter was fine, but the rest of the waitstaff did not know what to do. It seemed like the upstairs piano bar was not even open. We did not have desert. Our waiter told us that they are going to come out with a new menu featuring caribbean food. We have been coming here since 2010, and will not be going back until they change back to the good restaurant that they once were.
I would best describe this restaurant as a scene in a Wes Anderson movie. Bizarre pretty much covers it. We stopped to check in early for our dinner reservation before going to the piano bar upstairs for a drink , and we should have stayed there. The restaurant was musty and drab, and the brown carpet caused me to request an extra chair so my belongings didn't have to touch the floor. That was the first cue to leave while we could. The brands of alcohol available upstairs were not available downstairs, though they shared a kitchen. We switched our beverages. We ordered appetizers, and was then told they ran out of one of them. We switched our order. We ordered our entrees, a fight ensued in the kitchen, and the new girl came out to tell us that one of the entrees was not available. One of us switched our order. The servers tried to the best of their ability, but unprofessionally. The antics in the dining room were hilarious in a slap stick kind of way, but didn't add to the meal or the experience. There was something off about all of it. It all felt slightly dangerous, very uncomfortable and very unhinged. As for the food, the crab cakes were passable, the swordfish was decent, the tuna was very good and the veal chops were grisly. There is absolutely positively no reason at all to ever dine here. Ever.
Our first trip to this restaurant. Even with a server who started just that day, everything was excellent.