Bread at Sel de la Terre
Just wondering, what is the bread like at SDLT, what with their baker leaving a few years ago to start B&R, then closing that.
To be truthful, I had never been, but having had their bread, figured that whatever else you ate, there was a great breadbasket. TC and I went last Sunday, using the Superbowl deal. It was exactly as I had expected, very good flavors in each dish, altho I was surprised at the emphasis on imported cheeses...but I quibble.
What surprised me was the mediocre bread basket. A slice of baguette (definitely not B&R quality) and a few half-slices of a white Pullman loaf. Really? For a restaurant known for their bakery? Just seemed odd.
Sel de la Terre
774 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02199
Ah, thanks... How strange that they serve the good stuff at the other locations. TC and I are carbo-philes, so for us to not bother with bread, something is very amiss...
The funny thing is, we were trying to be good, so didn't splurge (calorie-wise) on the rosemary fries, tho i really built them up... Luckily, we restrained ourselves...
what a shame! I also used to love that bread.........I have to say, that on a recent visit to the Natick location I was shocked to learn that the Rosemary fries are *not* hand cut........they're frozen! Still yummy......I mean, they're *fries* after all. But I would have expected handcut.