Stopped for a late lunch. Excellent food, great service. Family style Italian at its best! Highly recommend to anyone looking for great food at a good price.
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Our hotel recommended this place. We had no idea what we were getting into! When the waitress asked if we had a reservation, which we did not, she made a bad face and pointed to a table. Apparently there is no wine list or food...More
After collecting my husband from his sailing adventure, we needed to grab a bite to eat before our 3 hour drive home. We were just coming out from the yacht club and noticed this little spot and thought we'd try it. Well I'm so glad...More
Returning home from Stanford Shakespeare Festival we wanted to stop for dinner before crossing the Blue Water Bridge back into Michigan. Often we would go into Sarnia, but this time opted to go into Port Edward as we had not done this before. Didn't have...More
We went back after about 7 years. Just don't make it to the area very often but made a special trip to return. Make sure you have reservations as the establishment is limited on seating. There is no menu. Just a few questions on your...More
We had a dinner party of 30 people there, and it was excellent. Great variety of food and service was perfect. Home-style Italian cooking with a great house wine. Staff was the best ever.
I was looking for a restaurant that could cater our team dinner back at the hotel after an evening game. Salvatore's lasagne, pasta, salad and garlic bread was the perfect meal for hungry hockey players. Our families continued raving about it the next day. Louie...More
I have been to Salvatore's many times and have never been disappointed. The food is spectacular--from the homemade bread to the various pasta offerings with handmade sauces. My advice is to arrive early and give yourself the opportunity to try everything.
We have a few family/authentic restaurants in Port Huron, but we decided to spend a couple bucks and head across the border to Salvatore's. First, this restaurant doesn't come up in the Sarnia listing (which is where most American's think they are going when they...More