Sabores Dominican Restaurant

Bossier City

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Colorful plates of paella, pigeon peas, pollo guisado, flan, and plantain mofongo conjure the laid-back ambiance of distant tropical shores

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Promotional value expires Jan 23, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Must purchase 1 food item. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$12 for $25 worth of Dominican cuisine for two
$25 for $50 worth of Dominican cuisine for four

Diners select from a menu of tropical dishes such as the paella for two ($35), roast pork shoulder ($10), chimichurri burger ($8.95), and chicken breast in garlic sauce ($11.25).

Sabores Dominican Restaurant

At Sabores Dominican Restaurant, passionate chefs with years of experience dazzle taste buds, olfactory lobes, and eyeballs with saffron-hued seafood paellas, pastelito pastries, and tender morsels of braised chicken or roast pork. Like a gentle lullaby blown through a conch trumpet, the bill of fare sends brains on a dreamlike vacation to the tropics, tempting diners with specimens of authentic Dominican cuisine such as the fried plaintain mofongo, or rich, meaty sancocho stew. Light notes of sweetness cut through the savory undertones of each dish as guests pair their sandwiches, soups, and cutlets with bowls of creamy tres leches or fruity papaya shakes.

Sabores Dominican Restaurant

At Sabores Dominican Restaurant, passionate chefs with years of experience dazzle taste buds, olfactory lobes, and eyeballs with saffron-hued seafood paellas, pastelito pastries, and tender morsels of braised chicken or roast pork. Like a gentle lullaby blown through a conch trumpet, the bill of fare sends brains on a dreamlike vacation to the tropics, tempting diners with specimens of authentic Dominican cuisine such as the fried plaintain mofongo, or rich, meaty sancocho stew. Light notes of sweetness cut through the savory undertones of each dish as guests pair their sandwiches, soups, and cutlets with bowls of creamy tres leches or fruity papaya shakes.

Customer Reviews

One of the few family owned and operated restaurants in town...husband and wife are your wait staff as well as your cooks (with other family members). The food is always fresh and homemade and the flavor (sabor) definitely reflects this.
Milton M. · January 25, 2013
We will return! That says it all because we live quite a distance. Have already recommended it to family members!
Dusty G. · January 17, 2013
Great food, service , and owners!
Janet P. · January 6, 2013

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