I can not go two weeks, sometimes twice in 1 week, without craving this dish. Each time I have brought someone new they have ask for specific directions to go on their own.The spicy Thai sweet and sour dip compliments the delicately battered, well-proportioned calamari.
Other dishes I have tried (pretty religiously) are the Pad Thai and Panang. Saladangs interior has open exposed ceiling beams with a modern glass & concrete slightly asian Bauhaus fusion feel to the atmosphere. The staff moves quickly to accommodate you even when the restaurant is busy. The prices are affordable enough to try a new dish with each visit so bring a group to exchange meal choices.
*One observation or con that I will say is that the fried calamari made during the day seems fresher/lighter then the one served at night. In the evening, in a few occasions, the dish happened to be slightly over fried. It might be a different chef or old oil. It's a minimal difference but I have noticed it a few times.