First off the quick and dirty. Decent food, solid service and an excellent location. (a bit pricey though for what you get)
Many reviews on trip advisor have listed this restaurant as being part of the 'Earls' chain of restaurants. I don't know if it is indeed owned by them, but the food/menu/atmosphere is very much on par with Earls. Well, maybe a bit of a 2nd tier Earls.
Salty's has seen better days. I don't mean anything terrible by that, just its obvious that it is a bit weathered. The pirate flag that is on a pole out front of the restaurant is shredded to the point that its just two strings in the air now and the mens bathroom has seen much better days. (sea foam green and pink? really?) Everything else was just fine. In fact I very much enjoyed sitting on the patio and looking out upon the Okanagan lake while I enjoyed by lunch.
Service for our meal was good, we were greeted quickly and offered drinks by our waitress upon getting settled at our table. She checked in on us regularly and had a nice personality.
The food was ok, I had the Spanish pizza (think chorizo sausage, grilled onions, artichokes) It had good flavor, lots of toppings and was the right size for a meal. My only issue (and i'm nitpicking now) was that there was a TON of artichokes on my pizza and in quite large pieces. But overall very good.
My fiancee had the Diavlo seafood pasta. Which she gives a 7/10 on her scale. Maybe a little oily and a little skimpy on the prawns. Lots of scallops though so over all pretty good.
I believe my pizza was $15 and the pasta was $18 so not a cheap meal. But a good choice if you need to fill up before hitting the beach again.
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