3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 30, 2010 9:57 PM by melboston RSS

Sel de la Terre?

tjcnewyork Platinum
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Sel de la Terre (Salt of the Earth?) is steps away from Marriott's Long Wharf hotel and Marriott's Custom House in Boston.  Anyone dine there?  Is this a Must Try or Best to Avoid?

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  • Re: Sel de la Terre?
    eagles Silver
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    Yes and it was very good for brunck. They also have a little pastry shop there , but you may want to try the one  they have in The Manadrin at the Pru Mall on Boylston St.

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  • Re: Sel de la Terre?
    tjcnewyork Platinum
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    Thanks Eagles.  Is the brunch every day or only Sunday?  Do you know if Oceana at the Long Wharf has a brunch?  

     

    We're going to be at the Custom House from Christmas to New Year's and visited the Marriott Long Wharf last week to nail down our plans for New Year's Eve.  We stopped in at the Sel and saw they were street level on Atlantic w/o a water view, so we booked at Oceana.

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  • Re: Sel de la Terre?
    melboston Platinum
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    Yes, Sel de la Terre is a must dine restaurant in Boston.  Excellent food. :)

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