Salum is located near downtown Dallas between West Village and Know at 4152 Cole Avenue #103 and the hours of operations are for lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30 A.M to 2:30 P.M and dinner from Monday through Saturday from 6:00 P.M to 10:30 P.M and
it is closed on Sunday and the name of the restaurant comes directly from the extraordinaire chef. The restaurant is very elegant and they put effort as well on the dishes they serve making them a work of art, the dining room is pretty big and it has mainly earth colors such as browns and greens making you be at ease immediately as you enter. And it is very innovative since some of the dishes on the menu change on a monthly basis, and they have great reviews from the Dallas news, the Observer as well as City Search. The restaurant offers different wines from Australia, California, Italy, France, South America and also New Zealand so almost all the world is represented.
For appetizers you can order the country plate which is a baguette with cornichons and Dijon mustard for $10.00, or the seared fois gras which is a duck confit turnover with balsamic berries for $15.00, or the shrimp stuffed piquillo pepper which comes with green salmorejo micro green salad for $12.00. And if you prefer a salad go with the Alum house salad which has field greens, balsamic Dijon vinaigrette, red onions and spiced pecans for $7.50, or the Serrano caprese which is tomato, fresh mozzarella, Serrano ham and balsamic and olive oil for $8.50.
While for their entrées you can order the grilled Arctic char which is an Asian cabbage slaw and noodles and sweet ginger vinaigrette for $26.00, or the Australian rack of lamb, which comes with Dijon truffle crust and mushroom bread pudding for $28.00, or the prosciutto wrapped lobster tail which comes with parmesan risotto and a orange, sage and cranberry salad for $34.00 or even the pan seared halibut with wine and a tomato braised cauliflower with olives for $26.00.