Sabai Thai Gastrobar

Sabai Thai Gastrobar

Chinese and East Asian

0.5 miles
165-169 Princes House, Princes Place, North Street, Brighton, BN1 1EA

�It might not have the emerald-blue water and pristine white sands, but Brighton can offer its own little piece of Thailand in the form of Sabai Thai Gastrobar. Come here and sabai (relax), while being treated to some of the finest Asian food, drink and hospitality. Thailand is often fondly referred to as 'The Land of Smiles', and yours will reach from ear to ear after lunch or dinner at Sabai. Tuck into authentic Thai specialities, made with the freshest local ingredients available - some do come from further afield, but from the owners' relatives back in Thailand. Sabai's award-winning dishes offer a taste of something different, such as Weeping Tiger, featuring grilled marinated beef served with a sauce some say is 'so spicy it would make a tiger cry'. Thai classics are available too, all freshly made by the expert chefs. Vegetarian, vegan and glutenfree dishes are available in abundance, so everyone is deliciously catered for. Let's not forget the drinks - be sure to try Sabai's award-winning Chilli Mojito. Sabai is situated in the centre of vibrant Brighton, next to the historic Royal Pavilion Gardens and within walking distance of all the theatres, including The Dome and Theatre Royal. But as soon as you step into these stylish surroundings - featuring genuine Thai furniture and artwork - you'll soon forget which city you're in, and you'll be sipping cocktails in a Samui beach bar or in a contemporary restaurant of Bangkok before you know it. Come and enjoy

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