Thai food always has a special place in the hearts of many Singaporeans. Be it the "touristy" fares or real authentic cuisines, we just like the slightly sour, spicy and lemon-grass flavours which is unique to the food from Thailand.
This is our 2nd review of Sabai which is located at Takashimaya. For years, it has served pretty good Thai food.
Our first dish of the day was the Thai Style Steam Grouper (S$36). The Grouper was steamed with really tasty Thai spices such as lemongrass. There is a pool of flavourful fish stock underneath the fish. Slightly spicy and tangy.
Next was the Pork Ribs (S$23.50), which was fried till crisp, but perhaps a bit too dried as the meat has shrunk.
A simple stir fry dish of bean sprouts with salted fish (S$17.70)
Stir-fried prawns with basil (S$24) - This dish goes very well with white rice. Fresh crunchy prawns plus a savoury sauce with basil leaves.
The Deep Fried Omelette with Minced Meat (S$17.90) was perhaps a bit oily, but still we love our eggs. The minced meat added some texture to the fried eggs.
Sabai Authentic Fine Thai Cuisine
391B Orchard Rd,
#04-23 Takashimaya S.C.
Ngee Ann City