Last night Kontera Technology took us to the Salt House restaurant for a mega 11 course tasting menu. Salt House is San Francisco’s newest hot spot. The 75 seat restuarant is housed in an old printing press warehouse built in the 1930’s. Salt House serves contemporary American fare ranging from raw bar plateaus to house made charcuterie, appetizers and heartier main course.
Salt House is alway packed with diners and is very noisy when the place is full. The sound level is probably increased due to the sound echoing brick walls and windows. You have to talk very loud if you want to make sure the people at your table hears you. I wouldn’t recommend it if you’re looking for a quiet romantic evening. However, for our party of five, who just wanted to kick back and relax after a full day of Ad:Tech, Salt House was near perfect. And so was their food.
Our 11 course dinner started with oysters on the half shell and ended with chocolate malt Bavarian cake for dessert. Dinner lasted nearly three hours from start to finished. I’ll have to walk the entire show floor at least 10 times to work it off. Enjoy the photos. Hope it doesn’t make you too hungry.