Great dinner at Sabur. Really cozy dining room with lovely lamps and hammered copper tables. (It would be a nice date spot.) We had the zucchini and feta fritters w/ avjar as an app, as well as the potato-celery root pancakes. The fritters were our fave, and the avjar that went with was delicious.
For main courses we had the lamb, the cod and the turkey. The lamb eater had worried beforehand if it would come with enough veggies, and she was quite pleased. I had the cod w/ artichokes and tomato-olive sauce over polenta. Loved how the artichoke taste was distinctive over the rest. The turkey came w/Potato Lentil Hash, and Pear Spice Relish, plus a nice green veggie, which we thought was sauteed spinach.
Our waiter was a extremely polite and very knowledgable young man from Morocco. He was enthusiastic in describing the food, and at the end of the meal we had a nice discussion about couscous. He also recommended a nice Croatian merlot and we thought it was very tasty.
The dessert selections looked great, but we were too full.
Definitely worth trying out.