211 N Main St, Ann Arbor, MI | Directions 4810442.282812 -83.748584
Under New Ownership. Sabor Latino changed ownership this July 2009. The place was moderately renovated and the salsas have definitely improved. Would be great to see the newer reviews since the re-opening.
Bland, no alcohol license, ambiance is very humble. Maybe it is because I have been spoiled by growing up in California and living in New York but the food here was not authentic or even tasty. The chicken enchaladas were literally tasteless cubes of chicken in a tortilla. The tacos were greasy and flavorless and the empanadas were greasy. There is no alcohol license so bring in your own if you want to enjoy a drink or spike their non-alcoholic sangria (tasty). The service is OK but the ambiance leaves much to be desired for a date night. There is also the issue of them only offering one item per night on 1/2 of their menu as "specials". It's not awful but it's not anything to mention, really.
It's good mexican food. I went to Sabor Latino for the first time last month. The food was pretty good. The chips were decent. I had a beef wet burrito. I was really impressed by the burrito. The sauce both inside and out of the burrito was good. Their service good and our food was ready pretty quickly. Overall, I think it is good mexican restaurant.
Ann Arbor's finest spot for Latin American cuisine..
Sabor Latino is a moderately small place with Mexican decor. World music plays over the family style atmosphere. This is a great spot for a light lunch or dinner in an authentic Latin American setting. Choose from a wide spectrum of specialized Latino foods. Appetizers include basic items such as nachos and quesadillas along with more exotic choices like tortas and tostadas. Surely scrumptious, the ranchero steak dinner is a Sabor Latino favorite.
The Best?. The best would probably not be how I would describe Sabor Latino. From the review and user ratings I had assumed that this place must be good, at least. I tried the tamale dinner, just ok, sort of bland tasting. It came with rice and beans, both needed some flavoring. The chips were actually chewy and sort of going stale, not to mention not much flavor. Be sure not to ask for more chips, because they will charge you $1.25 extra for a nice fresh stale basket and not inform you of the charge. I would probably not return. Best mexican is at the El Reparo in Toledo ohio.
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