Sapori offers a fixed price four course menu during the week, we call it our tasting menu, where for a fixed price of $45 you can enjoy smaller ... More
Sapori offers a fixed price four course menu during the week, we call it our tasting menu, where for a fixed price of $45 you can enjoy smaller portions of an appetizer, first and second course, dessert and then coffee or tea. It's Sapori's way of introducing our clientele to the way Italians eat. Be part of the acoeCook for meac clientele! Ask your server to tell the Chef to cook for you! Franco himself will come out to discuss your meal preferences. You can then sit and relax and the chef himself will prepare you a memorable dinner (usually 5 to 6 courses)! Buon Appetito!
I have been to the restaurant a few times. Each time with different people and the selections (Not the generic pasta and sauce) and service were great!
Took my boss, not from the area, who is a vegetarian and asked for something off menu. The staff bent over backwards to accommodate.
If you’re looking for Olive Garden style Italian food (slap some Ragu on a bowl of bow ties) then don't go to Saporis and you won't be disappointed. If you want High Q!uality, Authentic Italian food go to Sapori's.
I will continue to recommend this restaurant to all who ask. Thanks for giving us something other than fast food style Italian food!!!!!!!
Wonderul Authentic Rustic Italian Cuisine!
We took my father here to celebrate his birthday last May. He's an older italian man who tends to be difficult to please when it comes italian food, but Sapori was a wonderful surprise for us all. The menu was quite varied. The service was impecable & the whole staff seemed quite eager to please. The ambiance was that of a rustic italian cellar. Beautiful wood & brick, which complimented the rustic cuisine very well. Collingswood is a dry town, so all of the amazing restaurants here are BYOB, but all are happy to serve your selected spirit however you prefer. In my opinion, the cusine here at Sapori defnitely calls for wine, so if you enjoy the grape as we do, be sure to bring your favorite with you! I'd reccommend this restaurant for groups of any size be it friends, families or couples. It was a very enjoyable dining experience.
Food was very delicious, but small portions. The table where we were seated was located beside a half-wall so the overflow of people waiting to be seated was right beside us during our dinner (hostess couldn't accommodate our request for a different table). We had to ask for water and bread, which was never refilled. The busboys were much more helpful than our waiter. Our waiter asked the gentleman in our party for their orders before he asked the ladies. They kept our wine chilled at our table; however, they took our beer to the back, so we had to ask each time we wanted another beer. We enjoyed the other Italian restaurants in Collingswood, much more.
When an Italian restaurant claims to be authentic, I always check the menu for grammatical errors in any Italian language on the menu. Well, I can assure you that there were no errors on this menu, grammatical or otherwise. We started the meal with a rucola, cantalope, and lobster salad. Then, my wife had pork in prune and raisin sauce while I had veal rolls stuffed with butternut squash and sauteed in white wine and butter. Such fanastic food quickly put us on course for what may have been - and it's difficult to bring myself to say it after having lived in Italy for years- the best tiramisu I've ever had.
Since Sapori serves authentic Italian food, you might be surprised to see such fresh and wonderful variety. It's definitely worth a trip on the Patco if want to get away from Old City or Rittenhouse. Plus, Collingswood is a great place to be in warmer weather. The only criticism is that it was a little crowded and a little loud, but this adds to character, right?
Two things. Collingswood is pretty much a dry city, but that will prove to be an advantage if you've got a bottle of wine that you've been waiting to try. So, bring your alcohol. Also, they have a $40 special where you can get a salad, pasta, entree, and dessert. This is definitely worth it if you want to have a long fantastic meal. Hey, it better be good. The owner is Sicilian, the chef is from Naples, and at least one waiter is from Puglia. Sapori e' favoloso.
Homemade pasta, light irresistable sauces, the freshest of deliciously decadent ingredients and quite possibly the very best Tiramisu I have had in a long long time. Make a reservation, this small softly lit secret fills up fast!
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