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Sabor A Mexico
Posted by Anonymous on 04/26/2008
I'm from San Diego AND Mexican, this place has very good Mexican food (considering that we're in NYC) I love their Tacos Locos and their Tinga Pueblana...although it is a bit pricey it is well worth it. The people who work their are amazing, great people.
Posted by UESNeighbor on 04/19/2008
I've been going here for years and its my favorite Mexican place in the neighborhood! Its a quaint & tiny restaurant, good service and great food. If you are in the mood for a margarita, go somewhere else, as they only serve beer & wine. That said - there is nothing bad about this place. If you get delivery, service is always pleasant & prompt.
Posted by mguerreiro on 11/25/2007
Excellent takeout, very tasty
Posted by canteat on 07/07/2007
Finding good (clean) Mexican food on the Upper Eastside that's authentic and isn't part of a chain is a difficult task. Sabor A Mexico has good food but it comes at a price. Most of the meals don't come with cheese - it's costs 2$ extra. Somehow your simple chicken burrito ends up costing 12 bucks! Still, for what it's worth, I recommend the Taco Salad - the largest, most filling meal for the price.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/02/2007
As a former Californian who has visited Mexico a lot, I longed for real Mexican food here in NYC. And at long last I found it right around the corner. Consistently excellent and authentic. Lovely people. Sparkling-clean. Prompt service. And great value.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/02/2007
I am Mexican and I eat in this place when I want authentic and unpretentious Mexican food. Some of their highlights are: -The Pozole (This is a great soup with corn and chicken to which you add lettuce, onions, oregano, lime, radish green, avocado… really good) -Mixiote, new in the menu and fantastic -Pastel tres leches (dessert- the best I have tried including those in Mexico) Also good: -Flautas, simple but delicious -Mole, great! Do not know about the nachos but if you want real Mexican food in general you should not eat nachos or burritos anyway. It is a family run business with Mexican chefs and the service is always friendly and good. If you are looking for a tasty inexpensive dinner this is a great place. The atmosphere is not gorgeous but it does look like a little “fonda” in Mexico.
Posted by Darcy on 12/07/2006
I was enthusiastic upon entering this restaurant and totally "underwhelmed" when leaving. The decor is acceptable, the establishment is spotlessly clean. But the service is slow and, alas, the food is relentlessly bland, extremely overcooked and very dry. If large quantities of cheap and flavorless filler is your goal, this is the place. Otherwise, keep walking.