The recent heat wave kept the four of us in the nicely air-conditioned dining room. I was impressed with the promptness of seating, taking our orders and the service. I request for separate checks was honored without hesitation. Three of us had salads; I had the beet and arugela salad that I had enjoyed on a previous visit and was pleased again with the taste, another had the Greek salad that was as tasty as it looked, and the third had the spinach and strawberry salad that was good (she said), but it looked a little difficult to eat. The fourth member of our party had a sandwich (very generous) and a small salad. Without hesitation the waitperson brought us a second serving of bread and butter, which was delicious. I had just water but the iced tea and coffee certainly looked tempting. Overall it was a very good meal in an enjoyable yet noisy surroundings. The checkered tablecloths gave the restaurant a very nice appearance and the wine list is extensive. I cannot agree with a previous diner who said that "the Salut could have been of the Left Bank in Paris."--hardly an accurate description. To me there's not a French feeling to the restaurant, good as it is.