Sabur feels like it should be much more expensive, but as it is entrees start at $14 and top out just over $20. This is a good date place or for an intimate group off friends. The lighting is soft, the food is divine (there are vegetarian options) and the pear spinach salad is truly big enough for a meal. There is a full bar and the waitstaff are knowledgable. No one will be rushing you out. The brunch is also a well kept secret and goes until 4pm Saturday and Sunday. It's in the bar area, where you can sit on cushions under Moroccan-style lanterns and feel very relaxed as you dig into your french toast with fig butter, or lamb and eggs...if you eat lamb, this is the place to do it, as it cooks all day in the big kettle over the fire. Worth the splurge.