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4356 Lindell Blvd (btwn. Newstead and Boyle)
St Louis, MO 63108
(314) 932-5787
New American, Restaurant
$ $

Foursquare Tips

  • 2011 RFT Best of St. Louis Winner - Best New Restaurant
  • Support local, delicious food and tasty cocktails at a beautiful venue.
  • Nicest bathrooms in the world.
  • Salt's menu is always changing, but we like the seared scallop. Served in a small canning jar, it's a low-key attempt on molecular gastronomy. The scallop is large and well-caramelized. (Joe Bonwich)
  • Get the Duck Fat Frites. Your inner fat kid will thank thank you.
  • The pork bellies were awesome and everything seemed salted just rite
  • Love love looooove the bartenders and the cocktails here!
  • Come here on the weekend for brunch. The biscuits & gravy were perfect. Try pairing it with the French toast for a perfect pair. It's a lot to eat, but well worth it
  • They lived up their name of Salt. Risotto was under cooked. Duck fat frites were overly salted. Pork belly was delicious but it didn't make up for the train wreck of a dinner. I will not be returning.
  • Great place! Ask for Katie as your server and when you're done ask for the tour. Upstairs you'll find the art lounge, Egyptian themed room, and the bathrooms. The basement has a wonderful wine cellar.
  • Everything is absolutely amazing. Knowledgable staff. Cant beat it!
  • If you don't get the scallop, you're really making a mistake
  • Try the fried chicken. It's amazing!
  • Nominated in 2012 for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation. Try the seared scallop atop cracked-mustard sauce and the duck confit rillettes, which arrives on a pig-shaped cutting board.
  • The ultimate ladies room that I wouldn't mind going in more than once to *powder my nose.*
  • 2011 RFT Best of St. Louis Reader's Pick Winner - Best New Restaurant.
  • Try the poached tongue for breakfast; a real delight!
  • order the homemade pasta of the day. the duck is also yummy.
  • Really too salty food.
  • The pork bellies are awesome