My wife and son and I tried Sabor last night. I had the pupusas, (corn meal cakes stuffed with chicharron, loroco herb-whatever that is-and cheese, served with a little bowl of cabbage in a red sauce that is not to spicy), and the pork chops. Son tried the halibut special, and my wife had the Yucatan Chicken Lime Soup and then the Creole Pasta with rock shrimp and chicken sausage. My wife has a japanese word she uses for food that don't have enough taste, it lacks "aji". Sabor, on the other hand, has more aji than I have ever found before. Maybe to much. That said, we will be back to further explore their food. I could see just going in for appetizers and a beer. It is a reasonably pretty place inside, and surprisingly large. Nice, if not overly concerned service. Sort of the laid back Venice approach turned up one notch. But, as I said, the flavors that are in the sauces are really, really strong from the various chiles. And I like strong tastes. I will try the coxinha, (crispy puffs filled with chicken and goat cheese), next time for an appetizer. The pupusas were good, but a little on the tough side in terms of the cake part. My wife and I both liked the Yucatan Chicken soup very much.
So thanks to Andrea and Muhlyssa for their recommendation. We got there in 4 minutes after leaving the house and found a spot almost in front on Pico.