Situated just a short walk from Leeds city centre and near the Headingley Carnegie Stadium, Thai Sabai offers authentic Thai food and a friendly service. The restaurant offers a large vegetarian menu, as well as various vegan and gluten-free options, so no one will be left feeling unsatisfied. An early bird menu is also available every day, if ordered before 7pm.
Thai Sabai won the Best Oriental Restaurant award at the Oliver Awards in 2013, and it isn’t difficult to see why. With a selection of noodle and rice dishes, stir fries and curries, all cooked using traditional recipes and ingredients, it really is a place of authenticity. They also offer a takeaway service for those wanting to take it home with them, and they are able to make your food as mild or as spicy as requested. The signature dish is the Weeping Tiger, a marinated rump steak chargrilled and served with chilli sauce. Each dish is presented with precision and accuracy, ensuring that the customers are served high-quality food that looks as good as it tastes.
The popularity of the restaurant is not just down to the food – although the numerous awards do speak for themselves – it is the friendly and focused staff who strive to give customers the best possible service. Although it is often busy, they always ensure that everybody is well looked after. The setting plays its part too: with a buzzing atmosphere and paintings on the walls, those hoping for a taste of Thailand are in luck.
Whether catering for returning customers who have their favourites already picked out and ready to order, or newcomers not sure where to even begin, Thai Sabai Leeds accommodates for all types of people and promises to serve great food at a high standard.