A Night in Paris: New Year’s Eve 2017

Blue Table
Bouillabaisse soup
Onion soup
Lobster bisque
Smoked Salmon w/ cream cheese mousse
Crab & Lobster Devil eggs
Nicoise tuna salad
Lentil Salad
Pasta Salad

White Table
Duck Leg Confit
Steak Diane
Butter Poached Lobster
Grouper Beurre Blanc
Roasted Lamb Leg
Shrimp scampi
Mushroom Risotto
Lyonnais Potato
Grilled Provencal Vegetables

Red Table
Crème Brulee with fresh fruits
Chocolate & Vanilla Éclairs
Cinnamon Apple Bostock (brioche aux amandes)
Crepe Suzette
Pear Tart Tatin

$95 person+VAT+grat.
8pm-UNTIL• cash bar
drink specials and dj music all night long
www.sabor-bahamas.com • (242) 373-5588

Sabor’s New Year’s Eve 2015 Asian Fusion Buffet Menu

New Year's Eve Bahamas 2015



Miso Soup
Sushi Maki Rolls
Sesame Crusted Tuna
Teriyaki Salmon Skewers
Chilled Green-Tea Noodles
Octopus Salad w/ Kim-Chi
Lobster Tempura
Grouper w/ Soy-Mustard
Choco-Moo Cheesecake
Green Tea Parfait


Sweet Potato Soup
Indian Spiced Beef
w/ Mango Chutney
Cauliflower w/ Potatoes (Aloo Gobi)
Rogan Josh (Red Lamb)
Indian Basmati Rice
Masoor Dal
Chicken Korma
Rice Pudding w/ Pistachios & Sultanas
Cardamom-Scented Chocolate Phirni w/ Strawberries


Tom Yum Conch Soup
Pork Satay
Spicy Basil Fried Rice
Vegetable Pad Thai
Fried Coconut Beef
Steamed Cake & Coconut Custard (Kanom Kai Sauce Ma Praw)
Mango Pudding (Sung Ka Ya Ma-Muong)

$75 person + grat. • 8pm-until • cash bar • mimosa & champagne specials • dj plays top music hits • (242) 373-5588 • limited seating • tickets required to hold reservation

Now On The Menu: Pad Thai


Pad Thai or phat Thai is a stir-fried rice noodle dish commonly served as a street food and at casual local eateries in Thailand. It is made with soaked dried rice noodles which are stir-fried with eggs, and flavored with tamarind pulp, fish sauce, garlic, red chili pepper and palm sugar, and served with lime wedges and  chopped roasted peanuts. It may also contain other vegetables like sprouts, coriander leaves. At Sabor we make it with your choice of fresh shrimp, chicken or vegetables. In Vietnam, a similar dish is called “phở xào” or “bánh phở xào sa tế,” meaning “stir-fried pho”.