Salé Sucré, a French restaurant on White Oak that's been talked about since November, opened to the public last week. The clean, simple decor features wooden floors and a long bar on the left side of the restaurant. The words Salé Sucré mean "Savory and Sweet," and these flavors also define the menu. Savory options include salads, appetizers, entrees and savory crepes. Among the most interesting options are burgundy escargot, tornedos rossini (beef and foie gras with fig chutney) and crepe bourguignone. Sweet options consist of more crepes, including the traditional crepe Suzette, along with plated desserts like mouse poire caramel (pear, caramel and almond).
Salé Sucré is still in their soft opening phase, which means they are currently only open from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for lunch and 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. for dinner. Ultimately, they plan to open at 7 a.m. to serve fresh baked pastries for breakfast.
· Salé Sucré [Official Site]
· Paris on White Oak: A French bistro is going into Houston's new restaurant row [CultureMap]
The bar at Salé Sucré. [-EHOU-]