Use this casual little stalwart as your entry point into Puerto Rican food. Try a mofongo (a pork-filled plantain fritter) to start, move on to a jibarito (steak sandwich made with crispy plantains for bread), and end with the sautéed steak with onions and a side of pork-flecked beans and rice. Helpful photos of dishes line one wall (soups taste better than they look), and the English-speaking counter staff is good with guidance.
|Venue name:||Sabor Latino||Contact:|
3810 W North Ave
|Cross street:||between Hamlin and Avers Aves|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast, lunch, dinner|
|Transport:||Bus: 53, 65, 72.|
|Price:||Average main course: $9|
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