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El Sabroso

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  • South American, Other
  • 265 W 37th St, New York NY10018 40.753903 -73.9915931
  • (At 8th Ave)
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  • (212) 284-1118
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User Ratings (Based on 5 reviews)

3.935
Food 3.8 Value 3.9
Service 4.3 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 284-1118
Notes:
Cash Only
Hours:
Mon-Sat: 7am-5pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch
Features:
Take Out

User Reviews

  • El Sabroso

    Posted by Sean on 08/13/2012

    delicious

    do yourself a favor and eat this delicious, delicious food. cheap, simple and tasty.

  • El Sabroso

    Posted by Me on 04/22/2011

    Worth a try

    the food wasnt bad.. thought it would be worse after i saw the place.. fair amount of food for wat you pay.. i'd say give it a try n judge.. 4 out 5.

  • El Sabroso

    Posted by eatsinfo on 03/02/2011

    Very good

    Got the carne. Just enough for lunch. Six bucks you get some meat, beans and rice. Simple yet tasteful. Maybe on my weekly schedule.

  • El Sabroso

    Posted by BHC on 08/05/2010

    Disappointed

    I was so looking forward to finding a Spanish American food place close to my office. I have always enjoyed this type of cuisine. What let down, portions were tiny, food was tasteless, the pernil was dry. Rice and beans had no flavor. Do not bother going here it was probably the most disappointing Span-Amer food I have ever had.

  • El Sabroso

    Posted by arnold on 10/15/2009

    incredible atmosphere and food.

    Picture this: You enter through a long dark hallway with 2 foldout wooden tables, a few assorted chairs on the right (one of them being an old end-table), and the smell of delicious home-cooked spanish food on the horizon. As you continue on this journey, you see what looks like an elevator shaft. It can't be. But yes, it is. And then suddenly the elevator door shaft opens and a worker comes rustling through with some giant crates on a moveable cart. You're in for an experience. Don't let this get you down, the food is awesome and the most you'd spend is $5.50. Pork chops are tender is hell and the beef rules. Those high-class restaurants need to go to Sabroso and see what fine dining is all about.

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