// you’re reading...

bars and clubs, breakfast, casual, coffee, food and wine, mid-range, price, restaurants and cafes, rosalie, suburbs

HOT – Salt – 5 Nash St, Rosalie.

Following the floods earlier this year I’ve developed a bit of a soft spot for Rosalie Village and the surrounding shops, sildenafil so in support of local small business I make a habit of investing in a lunch or two weekly in the area.  

In the past, the Rosalie cafe scene hasn’t really been my cup of tea – much like Park Rd Milton, a little over rated and over priced with a bit too much attitude.  My recent lunch at Salt however saw no signs of pretence and whilst I wouldn’t rave about it, it was a pleasant and tasty experience.

From a cosmetic point of view, Salt has a warm, friendly feel to it with modern decor and a nice alfresco dining area overlooking Nash St and the surrounding area.  The staff were very friendly and attentive and helpful with any queries we had regarding the menu.

There is a range of enticing options on the lunch time menu, including interesting salad combinations, gourmet pizzas and burgers, as well as tasting plates.  With only half an appetite following a large, late breakfast I opted for the warm pork salad ($20.90) with pork medallions, roast pumpkin, fetta, pine nuts and balsamic mixed leaves.  The presentation of the dish was lovely and although the pork was slightly dry and overcooked, the flavours of the salad including the balsamic were exceptional – I really was pleasantly surprised.

JPC decided on the pan fried salt and pepper squid with a Spanish inspired salad ($19.90).  It’s always a gamble with squid and calamari – who knows if it’s going to arrive battered (to death), over-fried and chewy? To be honest, I think JPC would’ve been happier with the greasy option, but what arrived were lovely strips of seasoned and slightly charred squid – no crumbs, batter or chewiness in sight – a top a fresh, green salad with roasted peppers and red onion.


Princess also went for a healthy option of the Salt Salad with thyme and lime chicken breast, Tom Thumb tomatoes, fetta, seasoned avocado salsa and wild rocket ($19.90).  The chicken was super tender and plentiful, atop a beautiful fresh bed of salad. The avocado salsa was so divine you could eat it by the spoonful. 

Whilst we really enjoyed our meals I can’t help but think the menu at Salt is slightly over priced by a couple of bucks per item – in my opinion, 20 bucks for a salad is a little hard to swallow.  The helpings weren’t small, but they weren’t exactly huge and I know how much green stuff I can buy at the markets for $20 – it would feed a small army.  Even so, we did have a pleasant and otherwise faultless experience at Salt.

Salt is also open for breakfast and dinner, both of which I’ve heard great things.  If you’ve tried the breakfast menu at Salt, we’d be pleased to hear your thoughts!

  • Salt – 5 Nash St, Rosalie +61 7 3367 0775
Related Posts with Thumbnails


Comments are disallowed for this post.

Comments are closed.

Welcome to BNE: HOT OR NOT

The decisive guide to Brisbane

Reviews of what's HOT and NOT in the city.

Recent Posts

HOT: Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinemas – The Cultural Forecourt, South Bank.
November 14, 2012
HOT: Vio’s Italian Ristorante – 157 Given Tce, Paddington.
October 3, 2012
HOT: The Bun Mobile
September 7, 2012
HOT: Wagaya – Level 1, 315 Brunswick St (China Town Mall), Fortitude Valley
August 27, 2012

Click for more in Archives

Need tickets to Gigs, Festivals, Shows in BNE

See Brisbane with Intrepid Urban Adventures

Brisbane Urban Adventure Tours

Get in touch

Want to say hello, ask questions, give feedback, advertise on the site? Email CazM at CazM@bnehotornot.com

We’re featured in LonelyPlanet.com

I'm a featured blogger on Lonely Planet
BNE: HOT OR NOT Brisbane restaurants

Twitter Updates

Follow us on Twitter

    Need more info? Buy a guide from Amazon

    Top Picks: Things to do, Hotels

    Get Adobe Flash player