We ate at Sabor because we were staying at Privilege Aluxes on the all-inclusive plan. This was our third stay at PA so therefore our third round of meals at Sabor. This time our adult kids and their spouses came with us. We all agreed that the Saturday night Mexican buffet was our best meal we ate there. There were several tasty Mexican choices (tacos al pastor, chicken mole, chips/guacamole/pico de gallo and a few others I can't remember). Other than that dinner, we only ate breakfast at the buffet since we all preferred lunch at Cafe del Mar and dinner at Cafe del Mar or Satay.
Breakfasts had probably 30% of the choices of any other all-inclusive we've visited. That being said, there was always plenty to eat and no one went hungry. The cook-to-order egg station remains the highlight of breakfast. Other choices included sausage, potatoes, Mexican items, fruit, yogurt, toast, French toast, pastries, cold cereal, cold cuts, juice, coffee, etc. Bacon was never on the buffet but if you want it, ask the chef at the omelet station for a few pieces (he has it for the omelets).
The hot food seemed to be kept at a higher temperature than we experienced when we were there previously, a nice improvement.
Service at breakfast varied from very fast (when Jorge was there - he worked the entire room quickly and efficiently while other waiters stood around) to extremely slow.
One telling comment from our party: our daughter, who has been to at least 10 all-inclusives with her husband, said, "Breakfast is usually my favorite meal at all-inclusives and here it's my least favorite." Despite the improvements we noted, I would have to agree with her.
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