The glimpse of Long Wharf you'll catch before entering L'Espalier's half-sibling will soon fade as the Mediterranean comes into focus - a dining room mural depicting a village on the Riviera, which in turn betokens Geoff Gardner's sunny provençal-inspired cuisine. Gardner polishes his rustic repertoire, from savory tarts to satisfyingly chunky pâtés, until it shines - as you'll discover once you finally tear yourself away from the splendid home-baked breads.
|Venue name:||Sel de la Terre (CLOSED)|
255 State Street
at Long Wharf
|Opening hours:||Open 11.30am-2.30pm, 5-10pm Sun-Tue; 11.30am-2.30pm, 5pm-12.30am Wed-Fri; 11am-2.30am, 5pm-12.30am Sat.|
|Transport:||Aquarium T .|
|Price:||Main courses $26.|