A gem for sophisticated tastes, Salum has an upscale ambiance in its non-descript location.
Its seasonal menu is inspired by the international resume of Chef Abraham Salum. Dishes like pan seared foie gras on a butter biscuit with heirloom tomato jam have earned Salum recognition from OpenTable, which awarded the restaurant “Diners’ Choice 2013.”
Salum also is known for desserts that are often as good as the main dish. Bread pudding is a popular choice, as is the creme brulee du jour. The restaurant also has an extensive wine list, with glasses and bottles available at a range of prices. the friendly wait-staff is happy to suggest a pairing for your food.
During a meal here, you may even meet Chef Salum checking on patrons in the dining room. Reservations are recommended, as this is a popular spot.