Sel De La Terre
255 State St
Boston, MA 02109
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Sel De Le Terre is a unique Boston restaurant. While Boston does have a few other French restaurants, this is the cities only country french restaurant that features:
* Wide variety of house bakes breads.
* Unique spreads for the breads (a meal in itself)
* Delicious grilled meats
* Perfectly prepares vegetables.
As a result Sel De La Terre is widely regarded as one of Boston's finest restaurant's. Awards for Sel De La Terre include
* Wine Spectator Award of Excellence
* Esquire Magazine's Top 22 New Restaurants in the Nation
* Bon Appetite's Best Ethnic Restaurant
* Conde Nast Traveler Hottest 100 New restaurants in the world.
* Many local awards Best of Boston...etc.
Of the many things that make Sel De La Terre interesting is just how comfortable this restaurant is for such a high-end venue. In this regard its southern French heritage shines. The interior is open, spacious and inviting. Every touch is both rich and casual at the same time.
The menu is amazing and prices are commiserate with the quality of the food, service and ambiance. Of course Sel De La Terre is a unique restaurant and has remarkably affordable lunch and late night dinner menu. Moreover, this is one of very few places in Boston to get a great bite between the hours of 10:30 PM and 12:30 AM. Late night items are a bargain priced in the area of $8 - $13. Items include amazing sandwiches, Steak Frites (by the way have have won the prize for best fries in Boston) and gourmet pizzas.
Sel De La Terre is conveniently located next to the New England Aquarium and close to the financial district and Fanuiel Hall and the Aquarium T-stop. If you are looking for a great dinner or wonderful lunch or late night value do try Sel De La Terre.
— Big Dig Exhibit Butterfly Exhibit- Its really cool and surpassed my expectations Body Worlds II Planetarium and Laser shows Omni Theater Also I have recently discovered what a great place the Museum of Science of Science is for small kids.
— As a result Sel De La Terre is widely regarded as one of Boston's finest restaurant's. Awards for Sel De La Terre include Wine Spectator Award of Excellence Esquire Magazine's Top 22 New Restaurants in the Nation Bon Appetite's Best Ethnic Restaurant Conde Nast Traveler Hottest 100 New restaurants in the world.