Sal's seems to mostly attract older, mature crowd (60 something's). Sat in patio on a warm night. The chairs out there were very uncomfortable & the table wobbly. Service was slow, although server was very friendly. 1/2 carafe of house red was $10 and dining partner reported it was very good. The salads were large and fresh. The soup was Luke warm & very salty. The garlic bread was good, but nothing extraordinary. I had the veal saltimboca. It was a little tough, had a great white wine taste but the spinach on top was cold. My wife had baked ziti and was good. Another diner had eggplant that was very good but the accompanying pasta was watery and the red sauce thin and tasteless. The tiramisu was uninspiring but the amaretto cheesecake was tasteful. Overall, an OK dinner and experience but nothing to go out of your way for even though the price charged was very fair. We probably wouldn't go back since there are many, many similarly priced Italian restaurants in Scottsdale with comparable, if not better, fare.
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