Sal Y Canela is a small restaurant with an impressive menu. The food is very good and the service is friendly and efficient.
The croquetas are too big: they quickly get cold and a bit yucky.
We had several different dishes, all good.
I wish I could have stayed longer to taste more.
Inside, there are more tables, and the stereo plays modern jazz.
They have a wide range of things to drink including some excellent wines. We had a Emilio Moro 2013 from the Ribero del Duero area. That wine alone makes a visit worth while.
This is a place that still can improve, but they are really worth a visit.
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