I had a chance to stop in at Salt in Montpelier yesterday afternoon while I was out doing errands between appointments. I didn't have enough money to buy anything other than their homemade s'more from their dessert menu, but I -loved- the s'more. Homemade graham cracker and marshmallow, and they made their ganache for the chocolate. It was just wonderful.
The menu looks fantastic, and Suzanne is working on a holiday menu with and English bent to it. I met both her and her husband, and they were delightful. I can't help but adore a chef who mutters to his salamander. :)
Please please give 'em a go. I can't afford to keep them open myself, and I'm being totally selfish. Entree prices ranged from $13 to $24 and the small plates (which all looked fabulous to me) were from, IIRC $7 to $10. They also offer a local cheese plate that looks wonderful.
It's a small, intimate space (the small number of seats is the primary reason for the 4 in ambiance), and a tiny bit difficult to find on Barre Street, in Montpelier, but I think it's probably going to be well worth hunting them down. :)
207 Barre St, Montpelier, VT 05602