I've been meaning to come to Salut! for a while due to good reviews I have seen popping up online for some time, and I wasn’t disappointed. Failing to be pretentious, the restaurant has a warm, rustic and intimate vibe, which I much prefer over some of these massive clinical operations. I’m always a fan of an open kitchen (or one where you can watch the chefs work their magic before you hoover up all their hard work…) It was entertaining to watch Fabian (the head chef) at work and his passion for food truly shines through in the dishes we ate.
The service was on point by serving us efficiently but not being too claustrophobic. The food itself was delicate and meticulously presented, thereby aiming for a Michelin experience. Simple but delicious fusions of flavours. However, we were pleasantly surprised by the very reasonable bill at the end of it all.
All in all: good food, good wine and good friends Salut!
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