I have a backlog of reviews I need to write from places I’ve visited five months ago. Salted Malted is one of them and I’m pushing this to the top of the queue, unfortunately, because they’re closing for good this weekend.
This place is fantastic. I loved their chocolate chip cookies. It’s everything a great chocolate chip cookie should be — slight crisp edges but chewy throughout, full of chocolate with a balanced amount of sweetness, hints of bitterness and a touch of salt. Cookies ’n cream was a chocolate cookie through and through, topped with a rich frosting. Ginger molasses was covered in sugar, with a chewy molasses-rich interior. The lemon cookie had a subtle lemon flavor, topped with powdered sugar. Those who like bacon with their sweets will like the maple bacon cookie, as it’s topped with it. The cookie itself is a chocolate chip variety topped with maple sauce. The carrot cake was one of my favorites. Full of bits of carrots, raisins, and nuts, it had a chewy texture with hints of spice and topped with a cream cheese frosting. The macadamia nut was firmer than other cookies, but still a good option. The Chipster, topped with bits of potato chips, had a good balance of saltiness and sweetness. The peanut butter cookies — both the plain peanut butter and peanut butter chocolate — were good options, too, with a modest amount of peanut butter that won’t have you cleaning your gums afterwards.
Pricing was excellent. Only $11.99 for a dozen. That’s a steal for the quality of cookies they’re selling. I never got to try their poutine or other food, but they certainly had a devoted following since the day they opened thanks to their amazing food and friendly service. They’ll be sorely missed.
6584 N Decatur Blvd
North Las Vegas, NV 89084