Feels like you are in a big city dessert place, but in the woods. Friendly staff, great coffee, even better treats!
There was eight of us that turned up to Sabor which was booked for 8:30pm it was a treck to get there as we had to drive from Broke and it was dark. When we arrived we were greeted with a smile from what looked like the manager and the was alot of beautiful desserts to choose from. We started... More
Hi There, As per the last review which is obviously from the same table I apologies for the waitress and her bothering you at your table, as explained previously she is new and still in training.We hope perhaps in the future you could see your way around making the trek out to us again and allowing us to make it... More
We looked forward to going to Sabor for our dessert after a beautiful dinner elsewhere. We booked for eight and was kindly catered for. We arrived at 8.30pm and not all the desserts were there. This is not a complaint, rather a fact of turning up at 8.30pm. There was still many desserts to choose from. The gentleman on the... More
I remember you and your group of friends on Saturday night, I was the Gentleman behind the counter. The reason I'm so knowledgeable about the desserts is not only am I the owner but one of the cooks you make the desserts. I am sorry the waitress came to the table and bothered you about the payment a couple of... More
Went to Sabor for dessert after lunch at another restaurant and shared the taste plate of six little offerings which were tasty and reasonable value. Coffee and tea tasted O.K. but a little housekeeping point - the teapot was an 'arty' shape so your finger slipped on to the hot part of the teapot when you picked it up! There... More
The desserts look and taste good. I could hardly decide what to have when confronted with the lovely displays of sweets. Salted caramel and chocolate tart was wonderfully salted and not too sweet. I would have like the sugar crust on the crème brûlée to be a little thicker and more carmelised but that's just me. I was told the... More
Sabor brings a touch of portuguese pastry to the hunter. Marvelous creations and a great menu of degustation for those with a sweet taste
Having read the reviews was expecting good things but really was nothing special - unfortunately like much of the hunter valley. Coffee was good but the dipping plate at $20 (basically a bunch of pretzels and dried fruit thrown together on a plate with average melted choc) was disappointing. Noisy. Give me max brenner any day.
I recently had the pleasure of discovering this desert cafe in a fantastic quiet part of lovedale. My initial impression was the peace and quietness of the location. When you enter, the array and choice of deserts is phenomenal. The service is excellent. Do yourself a favour and give this place a go. I know I will be back, soon... More
It's all good, there is nothing about this place to fault. Go there and be taken to heaven! The place is a credit to the owners and the staff who never fail to produce their best work. The Deserts are a work of art. I know locals who will dine out and then go to Sabor for desert now! I... More
Little cafe/dessert bar serving a huge selection of cakes and desserts and good coffee. A good place to escape when you can't take anymore wine.
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