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Went here on a recommendation. Once inside, there's more of a cafe feel than a restaurant but I wouldn't say that's particularly a problem unless you're after an evening with atmosphere as that isn't really the case here. The choice of food is decent but...More
First visit,very disappointed. Looked very chubby,in nee of a good clean. Holes in table cloth,cutlery needed a good wipe. The lady that took our order was wearing a dirty white top and an absolutely filthy stripped apron. We were the only dinners,so thought service would...More
We had eaten here previously a couple of years ago and were not overly impressed, however this visit was ok, 6pm on a Friday and only 2 other covers, two starters and two mains and apart from a lack of cashew nuts in our Massaman...More
Food was inedible avoid at all costs so let me illiterate further.... prawn toast... cremated.... ribs... meatless.... Thai green curry.... pis# soup with stale chicken slices suspected out of a packet from a local spar.... we tasted it and believe me we tried we were...More
Visited on a Wednesday evening, the place was dead, we were the only diners. The young lady serving could do with being a bit friendlier towards their customers and smiling once in a while. The starters were all pre cooked and reheated in a microwave...More
Though the food that me and my friends tried was quite satisfactory on previous occasions, our experience yesterday was quite dismal to say the least. The customer service was the worst that we have experienced till date. The moment we were seated, the waitress lit...More
I've ordered takeaway from Sabai before and really loved it for its authenticity and non-anglicised versions of proper Thai food. So it was the natural choice of restaurant when I wanted to take a friend out for her birthday and also celebrate my last Saturday...More
The Sabai is an understated place with minimalist decor. That said the food and service were both very good and are to be recommended. The toilets were a tad basic and needed a tidy-up.
Overall a good place if you are looking for a good,...More
This is a comfortably low key restaurant - nothing fancy - which is exactly to my liking. The service was very helpful. We are vegetarian and although almost every dish has a vegetarian version (tofu and vegetables) we noticed fish sauce among the ingredients. Not...More