Sabor Latino’s Mar y Tierra (center) has shrimp, chicken, steak, cinnamon pineapple, onions and tomatoes over a bed of fries. An appetizer of fried plantains is served with chipotle sauce, and marquesa (above left) is served for dessert. To top it off, sip on maracuya, a nonalcoholic frozen passion fruit drink. The flags represent some, but not all, of the countries represented on the menu of Sabor Latino in Lee’s Summit.
Sabor Latino’s Mar y Tierra (center) has shrimp, chicken, steak, cinnamon pineapple, onions and tomatoes over a bed of fries. An appetizer of fried plantains is served with chipotle sauce, and marquesa (above left) is served for dessert. To top it off, sip on maracuya, a nonalcoholic frozen passion fruit drink. The flags represent some, but not all, of the countries represented on the menu of Sabor Latino in Lee’s Summit. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
Sabor Latino’s Mar y Tierra (center) has shrimp, chicken, steak, cinnamon pineapple, onions and tomatoes over a bed of fries. An appetizer of fried plantains is served with chipotle sauce, and marquesa (above left) is served for dessert. To top it off, sip on maracuya, a nonalcoholic frozen passion fruit drink. The flags represent some, but not all, of the countries represented on the menu of Sabor Latino in Lee’s Summit. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star

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August 20, 2015 3:57 PM

With the help of loyal customers, Sabor Latino moves to Lee’s Summit

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