People - I'm torn. Salut claims it is "French", and yeah, they have a un croque monsieur, they have french onion soup, blah blah. I know it's super americanized, and that is especially substantiated by the understanding that it is ran by the corporate company Parasole Holdings - who identify with the likes of Chino, Good Earth, Figlio's, etc. - and I know it's not La Belle Vie, Vincent-A Restaurant, or any other place...but I've been there twice -once for lunch when Edina Grille had too long of a wait -- it was good, not great...and I recently went there for dinner to blow a $100 gift card - the fondue app was good, but other than that...nothing to write home about.
Both times I was there, it was outrageously busy....so tell me, is it because it is just "newer" or is because I haven't been ordering the right entree for my wow buzzer to go of... thoughts on this mid-to-low priced restaurant? (Though we managed to blow that $100 gift card on nothing memorable...)