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Stylish and contemporary, Richmond’s Sabai Thai on Church Street is a standout for quality and flavour. Whether it’s for lunch, dinner or drinks, the restaurant tantalises diners with its soul-satisfying dishes, exotic aromas and gorgeous setting. The cuisine at Melbourne’s Sabai Thai pleases all the senses, not only through taste and smell, but also visually, with dishes that are as impressive to look at as they are to eat. Popular options here include the yellow curry made with free-range chicken and potato, the twice cooked pork belly, the braised duck in red curry with Thai eggplant, snake beans and cherry tomatoes, as well as the slow-braised lamb shank massaman cooked with potato and cashews and served with a side of roti. For dessert, indulge in the coconut ice cream, the Thai Tea pannacotta or the steamed pandan pudding to finish up on the right note. Booking ahead is highly recommended.
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Booked table for 3 celebration wedding anniversary. Upstairs seated. 1 painting on the wall, empty tables, no atmosphere nor any visual attempts to make it appealing e.g. (fake)candles, lighting, Thai music, clean windows to look out, card with specials of the day, etc. Once seeded a waitress speaking hardly any English did try to make us understand that we had to be out in 1 hour 15 minutes. Entrees and mains did not come together. Plate 1 was nearly finished, when plate 3 arrived. Complementary ice cream with Happy Anniversary on plate was a nice touch. Thank you. Food: good portions, nice flavours, appealing presentation Would choose take away rather than dine-in next time.
Each dish we ordered was delicious and the service provided was of a high quality. Would dine here again.
It was really good food! And really great service! Thanks!
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