This is "the find" we love when we are traveling. I found Salt on Trip Advisor and we planned our drive to be there at lunchtime. It fits so well into the countryside where it is located. It is in a hundred year old former gas station and general store that served the rural area. It is not so rural now, but retains its charm in large part to the welcoming staff and wonderful food. The menu is simple: sandwiches and salads created daily from local farms products, and some freshly baked pastries. The menu varies from day to day. I had an excellent petite sandwich of apple, cheddar, country bacon, tomato and the perfect "mayo" on crusty bread. My husband had the Croute Monsieur which he enjoyed. It was a gorgeous spring day so we ate at one of the outdoor tables. T I did confirm with the staff that there is no restroom and the historic building had never had one so is not required to have one now. This is typical of Virginia ordinances that respect local history, battlefields, historic buildings and landmarks. After lingering over our delicious lunch and the lovely surroundings, we drove to Ash Lawn-Highland, President James Monroe's home just down the road.