Our group was only in Wichita for a couple of days, with no real local restaurant knowledge. We knew Old Town had several restaurants and was near the evening's destination, so that was the first cut. We picked Sabor from three that had pretty good online reviews as the idea of Latin rather than more common cuisines sounded good. Lucky pick. The parking is convenient, with a covered garage right there. The restaurant is simple, clean, and attractive. Then the food. Our platanutres, the plantain chips, were sliced paper thin and served with two garnishes that were great but almost superfluous. The chips were so thin and crisp, and so free of the greasiness that too often comes with "fresh made" chips, that they needed no adornment. We then had the adobo chicken breast, the polenta vegetarian tower, and a carnivorous version of the polenta tower. Our excellent server saw me debating over a pork dish or the polenta, and offered that I could have the polenta with added pork for a slight upcharge. The added pork turned out to be a succulent slab of meat that could have been an entree on its own, sandwiched into the tower. The adobo chicken was equally tasty and the quinoa side would have been worth a trip by itself. Our server knew her menu, was attentive without being intrusive, and didn't bat an eye when we told her we really needed separate checks. 5 stars for her. Oh, and the prices were very reasonable for this quality. Sabor offers something different from the ordinary; this isn't a Mexican restaurant. Different in a very good way.
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