BOSTON - BACK BAY Our newest Sel de la Terre! Located adjacent to the five star Mandarin Oriental, Boston and next to its sister restaurant ... More
Sel De La Terre
BOSTON - BACK BAY Our newest Sel de la Terre! Located adjacent to the five star Mandarin Oriental, Boston and next to its sister restaurant L'Espalier, Sel de la Terre on Boylston Street is pleased to offer its signature French-Provencal cuisine to the sophisticated and modern Back Bay community.
The quality of the food is laughable. You get fruit and its days past when I would serve in during my years of working a private country club except we charged less. The baked goods that people rave about are okay at best but if you can make it to a dunkin donuts you'll be better off. Small portions and outrageously high prices for what you would expect to get. If your into status then maybe this is your place but if you care about your food or quality then go to the met bar or anywhere else for that matter in you are in or near the Natick collection.
The portions are laughably small (but the price isn't!). Food quality is ok, but not great. The only real positive I have to say about the experience was that the waitstaff was good. Overall, I really regretted going.
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