Martin Way Diner Compliment - Worth Consideration
OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON -- We had a craft sale, and decided to eat out, instead of having to cook and wash dishes, etc. We chose the Martin Way Diner in Olympia, and were very impressed. The decor is warm and open, somewhat reminiscent of a '50's diner. The menu is full of delicious sounding treats, and a variety of beer, wine and cocktails are available. I had the boneless pork chops with mashed potatoes and a green salad and coffee, and Crystal had a burger and fries. The pork chops were tender and juicy and delicious, whicle the mashed potatoes were covered with a terrific pan gravy. The coffee was some of the best I have had, even with a coffee stand on every corner in Washington. Crystal said the burger was delicious, cooked all the way through and juicy. She was slightly disappointed with the fries.
They were all small pieces, and it looked like htey were the bottom of the sack. She said other than that, the fries were properly cooked and tasty. We will be going back to the diner, which we found out had been there for 70 years, and until 18 months ago, operated under the name 'The Rib Eye.' If you ever get to Olympia, look for the Martin Way Diner on Martin Way East.
You will not regret it. This will be listed under Product Quality, but could also go under Price, Quality of Service, etc.