On a recent Saturday evening we were taken to Saltaire by another couple. I am sure that during daylight hours, especially in summer, the view of, and over, the water from the restaurant and the deck is quite pleasant. In winter, at night, all focus is inward. That said, the restaurant was quite cozy, nice fireplace and open bar, but definitely for a casual dining experience.
Service was slow and not really friendly. Bread is not brought to the table automatically, but there is a bread appetizer on the menu which our table ordered. It took about 10 to 15 minutes for the bread to arrive. How difficult can it be to throw some bread in a basket? As the restaurant was only half-full, it was not like staff were rushed off their feet.
The main courses (we did not order appetizers other than the bread) were solid but not out of this world. I ordered the pork tenderloin with bok choy and liked the contrast of the sweet and bitter, but was unsure as to the purpose of the "potato chips" that were sprinkled on top of the entire dish. One dining campion enjoyed the pork chop that he had ordered.
Deserts were huge (we were glad we hadn't ordered appetizers) and were actually quite good.
Overall, an acceptable casual dining venue. I would like to try it again in the summer.