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Sabor Latino Restaurant Denver

2 Reviews


Category:
Restaurants
Sub Category:
Latin American , Mexican ,

Sabor Latino Restaurant Denver
4340 W 35th Ave
Denver 80212
Neighborhood: Northwest, Highland,

URL : http://www.saborlatinorestaurant.com

About:

One taste of their Chilean Baked Empanada and you'll see why Sabor Latino Restaurant Denver has become one of North Denver's favorite restaurants. Catch the live flamenco guitarist on Wednesdays or the chef's special Paella dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. With a wide selection of fine South American wines, Sabor Latino offers a casual or romantic setting both inside and on their outside patio.

Sabor Latino Restaurant Denver has started tasting the true potential of internationally influenced Latin American cuisine. That potential is best realized at Sabor Latino, a charming spot that serves up ceviche, bandeja paisa with plantains and Colombian chicharrones, Chilean bride's soup in a huge bowl filled with fish and shrimp and baby clams and big, big drinks. The menu is like an arrow pointing the way for chefs looking for new inspiration in the coming years.

Sabor Latino Restaurant Denver
Added By: Nathan Cheatham


 

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Reviews for "Sabor Latino Restaurant Denver"

Barbara Cote
Aug 9, 2010

Definitely good comfort food

These ain't your momma's porkchops. Or a lame version of arroz con gandules. This place is not some bastardized version of authentic borinquen flavor. It's the real deal. You know there's plenty of Goya back there, not some imitation! My boyfriend and I were on the prowl for some good, authentic Puerto Rican fare, and not the fancy kind they dish out at Coco. The kind your mom would have ready for dinner when you got home from school if your mom were a badass Puerto Rican lady.

Charlie Lynch
Sep 6, 2010

Good and cheap Puerto Rican food

I've ordered two different meals from this place while housesitting at a nearly friend's house. First time I ordered the fried pork sandwich - filled with what must've been a pound of juicy, shredded pork, sliced tomato, lettuce and plenty of mayonnaise. My wife ordered breakfast, with scrambled eggs, ham, and a heaping plate of fried plantain. Everything was delicious, fresh, good and greasy.

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