Ten years in, many things look familiar at Salt, including the restaurant's iconic green globe lighting, the exposed brick in the dining room, and the sleek bar. Signature dishes like the foie gras sliders, duck fat fries, and coriander and pepper crusted tuna with potstickers remain on the menu. But inevitably there have been changes as well, the most significant being co-owner Jason Ambrose's move to 1157 Bar & Kitchen, the tiny Locust Point restaurant he opened in 2014 (Ambrose still collaborates with Salt's current executive chef, Kevin Patrick Christian). Jane Ambrose, Salt's co-owner and Jason's mother, is still involved with the day-to-day running of the restaurant, though she was not working the front of the house the night I dined. Her absence that evening, and the permanent absence of longtime server Gille Mascarell, who decamped for Hampden's Arômes over a year ago, made dining room service feel slightly less formal and polished than it once was. The food, however, remains exquisite.