Let me begin by saying I found it impossible to review S.A.L.T without comparing it with it's predecessor Taster's Grille, of which I was a great fan and regular. S.A.L.T. is very much the same staff, which is great. But is a more upscale (not necessarily a good thing) establishment. Taster's was one of my favorite restaurants (can you tell I'm having trouble letting go LOL). Awesome, creative food where you could put together a meal yourself of "small plates" which we often did, or order an entrée. It was fairly casual, Keysey as we say. The new place, let's face it, is a bit precious. We ordered a watermelon salad to split, expecting a salad of some sort with watermelon on it. We received a piece of slate with literally 4 rectangular slices of watermelon and herbs on it. Good, but our server should have advised it was really only a couple of small bites each. When we sat down it so dark at our table we couldn't read the menu's. But at least he was very tall and reached up to the track lighting on the ceiling and adjusted on for us. Turns out my wife is not a fan of fusion cooking, the ceviche had popcorn in it, delicious to me at least. Oh well. I had the grouper with a sweet chile sauce. Very good, but very rich. My wife had the tofu scallops. "OK" she said (not a big endorsement) and she's a vegetarian. We ordered the creme brûlée for desert. It was brûlée trio and one of them had pate in it, and it was confusing which one. Since my wife is, again, a vegetarian, you can imagine it was a awkward moment. Anyway, I'm ready to go back, perhaps the Tapas menu in the Cana lounge upstairs is the replacement for the small plates at Tasters I yearn for. Not so sure about my wife's return though.