We met up for dinner at Salt, the hotel's 5-star restaurant. We were one of only a few tables so we had great service (which I'm sure we would have had no matter how many people were there). We were treated to a glass of bubbly in celebration of our many 'events.' The 'salt sommelier' introduced us to 5 or 6 different flavors of salt, jalapeno, vanilla, and others. Rather than order dinner from the menu, we chose to have the 'Chef's Adventure' menu where you don't know what they'll bring. Everything was delicious until (wait for it....), they brought antelope for the entree! It was a bit rare for my taste, but I tasted it anyway. It was okay, but I would have preferred seafood.
Here we are on the lawn, again, waiting for our table.
A sampling of the salts.
Dinner was delicious! That's sashimi on a block of salt. The longer the fish was on the salt, the saltier it tasted (and the better it tasted, if you ask me!).