Nothing says ‘I love you’ like dinner at SALT

Love is in the air at SALT Restaurant & Bar this week as the team get ready to celebrate Valentine’s Day. With January behind us and Valentine’s Day now less than two weeks away, it is high time you started making plans to spoil that special someone in your life.

True to form, SALT Restaurant & Bar at 163 Upper Salthill has created a fabulous à la carte menu for Wednesday, February 14, and already, bookings are coming in hard and fast.

The evening will begin with nibbles on arrival for all guests and, as a special treat, the head chef has promised that all ladies will go home with a little taste of SALT.

As always, dinner will be served from 6pm to 10pm and lovebirds will have a choice of four starters including pan-fried seared scallops and confit duck leg. There is also a tasty smoked haddock fish cake on the menu, and a mouthwatering vegetarian dish comprising a duo of asparagus, artichoke, quinoa and pomegranate salad with raspberry dressing.

The starters will be followed by an entrée of pineapple and mango salsa with passionfruit jelly.

For the main course, there will be a choice of four dishes, as well as a seafood sharing dish for two. The individual dishes are pan-fried stone bass, beef Wellington, and rack of lamb, as well as another fabulous vegetarian option comprising Fivemiletown goat’s cheese-stuffed courgette flower with wild garlic and smoked tomato sauce, olives and Provençale Charlotte.

For dessert, you choose from strawberry and basil trifle; cardamom rice pudding with rose syrup and pistachio; chocolate macaroon with raspberry filling; or French toast with quince, pear, and warm Cashel Blue bon-bon.

The talented bar team will also be pulling out all the stops for Valentine’s Day, with some stunning cocktails to mark the occasion. Full menu details can be found on the SALT Restaurant & Bar Facebook page and online at www.saltgalway.com

For bookings, call 091 448 441 or email [email protected].

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