A few months ago, I mentioned Sabor Tropical's move from 30th Avenue to 36th Avenue. A few changes took place along with the move including a new name--it's now called Samba Tropical. Not sure why this happened, as I thought that Sabor had good recognition amongst Astorians.
The second most significant change was the stop in rodizio style service, which so many people--including my husband and I--love. But it's not all bad news, for I think that the new location has better visibility, now closer to the subway. They also boast some interesting and affordable specials--just take a peek at the below lunch offering:
All dishes are served with rice, mixed greens, fried banana, potato salad.
Bife Acebolado - steak and onions...$7.95
Bife Acavalo - steak and eggs...$7.95
Frango Grelmado - grilled chicken breast...$7.95
Frango Milanesca - chicken breast battered and fried...$7.95
File de Peixe a Limau - tilapia filet sauteed in lemon and butter...$8
Fraldinha Carioca - skirt steak topped with harts of palm...$9
Samba Tropical - 35-48 31st Street, Astoria NY 11106
N/W Train to 36th Avenue
Are you sure that Samba Tropical has anything to do with Sabor Tropical? I have been told that they were unrelated.ReplyDelete
Yeah I'm sure. I called there and asked.ReplyDelete