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Salt's Cure

7494 Santa Monica Blvd. (N. Gardner St.) Send to Phone
323-850-7258 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Twice-daily changing menu of casual fare crafted with California-sourced ingredients.
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Lunch Mon., Wed.-Fri.; Dinner Wed.-Mon.; Brunch Sat.-Sun.
  • Dress code: Casual

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Dining room at Salt's Cure, West Hollywood, CA

Salt's Cure Restaurant Review

: Salt's Cure, a venture of chefs Chris Phelps and Zak Walters, is hardly more than a hole in the wall in West Hollywood. There are just a handful of tables, plus several seats at the bar facing the open kitchen. (We found it unusual that the long room continues to an empty space in the back that's visible to diners.) This is a fun, unpretentious spot, but they are super serious about the food. The emphasis is on house-cured meats and California-sourced ingredients, including whole pigs and steers that are butchered in-house. Starters, main dishes and sides are listed daily on the blackboard, which might present options like calamari, sardine toast and Berkshire pork chop. Among the popular dishes are the potted pork, holiday sausage and the bacon cheeseburger. Serving a Key lime pie would reflect the wrong coast, so here the pies feature California grapefruit. Many guests don't leave without having the chocolate pudding, but consider the homemade ice cream in flavors like mint chip and strawberry. There's no liquor license (the aforementioned bar is more for eating than drinking), though there are interesting beers and cider, as well as a simple wine list featuring mostly California selections.

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