Every mouthful was amazing. We ordered an antipasti entree (huge - so much food and meat)... lamb and seafood mains - rich and delicious... meat was cooked to perfection... had the tiramisu and the poached pear desserts plus snickers ice cream... OMG huge servings of everything and yum yum yum.
Seriously, someone give the chef and the customer service at this joint a round of applause. Great food. Great service. Reasonable prices.
Honestly... we eat out a lot and we can not wait to come back - so glad we're locals. Best in Abbotsford by a mile.
My husband and I eat at Sapori on a regular basis and love it. New owners took over the restaurant late last year and have turned a little local restaurant into a place where you're part of the family, always making you feel welcome.
The food is always fresh and tasty, lots of variety to choose from, my favourite the pesto garlic pizza crust is a winner every time.
We've taken friends and family here and they all feel the same as us, it's a great local restaurant serving great food, and offering great service from genuine people!
Delicious Mediterranean food with a relaxed atmosphere and excellent service with a warm personal touch. The bruschetta was amazing and will be back to try so much more on the menu. Highly recommend it!
Very disappointed in the food, the seafood was overpriced for what was served and not very good, we had to wait over 40 minutes to get our starters. Maybe we picked the wrong food maybe the pizza etc might be better but once bitten twice shy, will not go back.
I went to Sapori last Saturday night, where we celebrated my Mums birthday with my girlfriend and Stepdad.
The service was amazing from when we arrived entree where on the table (absolutely amazing garlic and margarita pizza) and before long the mains arrived which were equally as excellent.
If you are looking for a restaurant with excellent service, personalised orders and staff that are above the cut look no furthur then Sapori. The chef and his wife came out and sat and had a great chat about his food, where the meat comes and some great information about food that was very interesting.
Personally I have dined at the some of the highly regarded fine dining restaurants in Sydney and the food and service was on par if not better.
I can highly recommend Sapori, if you are looking for excellent quality traditional Italian then you can't look past this beauty of a restaurant.
Great local neighbourhood restaurant. Small but well thought out menu with changing specials board. New husband and wife team (Fiona and Jason) in residence since late 2011 provide a lovely warm welcome. Good for families (who mainly come early), friends and couples in a relaxed friendly atmosphere. Kids eat free main during weekdays from limited menu (the spaghetti bolognaise is so good my picky daughter cleans her plate). My very picky in-laws love the food (in particular the sea bass with tomatoes, potatoes and olives). BYO. Will be back.
Service very friendly and the food we ordered pizzas, was excellent. Location ok but traffic can be noisy at times as would be expected when eating on the pavement. The new owners (since November 2011) have improved the place enormously, we had stopped going as the place was too samey before. Still has a way to go to score a 10 but is definitely on the right track.
For an area with so much Mediterranean influence we were highly disappointed in the pizzas that we ordered. Granted we ordered takeaway so we can't comment on the ambience as such, we were not highly impressed in the service over the phone or the final product once delivered.
The pizzas (3 in all) were nothing special. All of them were undercooked and two of them were soggy in the middle and the salami pizza smelt like my dads dirty socks.
Add to that the fact that the menu that we picked up the same day as ordering showed us that our pizzas would cost $42, they charged us $46 and conveniently didn't have change on delivery (which was supposed to be free delivery). It was $50 that would have been better of spent elsewhere. If you decide to try it for yourself, just don't order a pizza.
I held off reviewing here until we'd been more than once so that I could get a more rounded view of the place, since we didn't order well the first time (American boy didn't realise that in Australia, 'Marinara' would mean seafood).
The pizzas have a thick base, which I really like, however, each time I've got one it is a little soggy in the middle. Also, the most recent ones we ate had us diving for glasses of water because they were too salty.
It's a nice little place for the neighbourhood, but is mainly suited to groups rather than couples wanting a date night.