The entree costs $14.50, but I received this courtesy of Applebee's.
The salmon came with a choice of two sides, and I went with Sweet Potato Fries and the new Fire Grilled Veggies. I originally wanted to try the new Garlicky Green Beans, but they unfortunately ran out right before I ordered.
The Maple Mustard Glaze came in a separate cup, which I was grateful for as it was a little too sweet for my taste. The sauce was primarily sweet with just a little bit of tang. There were mustard seeds clearly visible in the sauce, but I tasted none of the expected bite. The sweetness of the glaze did help cancel out (or perhaps mask) some of the saltiness of the spinach, though.
The Sweet Potato Fries are just a touch thicker cut than I'm used to seeing them, which provided a little more potato texture and flavor. They were still decently crispy and held up well throughout the meal without drying out.
Overall, I wasn't a fan of the Cedar Salmon With Maple Mustard Glaze. I found the dish to be just too much. The Maple Mustard Glaze was too sweet with not enough mustard kick, and the salmon simply didn't have enough of that woodsy flavor for my taste. But most decisively, I found it almost impossible to enjoy the dish due to the over-salted spinach. If I were to get seafood again on the new Wood Fired Grill menu, I'd go with the plain Cedar Grilled Salmon instead. I think all of the accoutrements detract from the smoky flavor that highlights the chain's new use of wood-fired grills.