The restaurant scene in the Heights is growing fast and there is no shortage of new spots to try. While not exactly a newcomer any longer, (it opened in June 2012) Salé Sucré is definitely worth a visit if you haven’t already discovered it. The name is French for Savory and Sweet, and casually chic French bistro offers delicious possibilities in both categories. Choose from traditional favorites like onion soup, steak frites, and Moules Marinieres (mussels cooked with white wine) or branch out a bit and sample the New Zealand lamb, foie gras, or Ahi tuna tartare. Either way, be sure to save room for dessert, because the créme brûlée is out of this world. Our personal favorite was the summer salad, which consists of cantaloupe, watermelon, goat cheese, and balsamic vinaigrette dressing, but we didn’t spot any dish on the menu that didn’t look like a winner. The sweet and savory crepes are also not to be missed, but you’ll probably have to make a second visit to everything that piques your interest. Salé Sucré is located at 2916 White Oak in the Heights.
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