Before leaving TD did some research on the restaurant to eat in in Yangon and Myanmar so he had a shortlist of options with their addresses with him. The way we decided was to ask our driver which restaurant was the most convenient to go to knowing our itinerary. On the night we arrived we only had time for dinner after the airport transfer. And Sabia @DMZ Thai Restaurant was quite near the hotel.
We came to Myanmar with no expectations, especially when it came to the food so we were pleasantly surprised with Sabai. It was not fantastic Thai food, but it was good. It hit the spot after a loooong day of travel! Service was quick and efficient and they had one waiter who spoke English so he was able to help us out!
Gorgeous batik table cloth
(Clockwise from Left) 1. Catfish salad 2. Shrimp Tempura 3. Sauteed Pork
The Beef Curry, which they said they would make mild for us, was way to spicy for us to eat. It came with veggies that somehow helped neutralize the spice a little but despite this, we could only eat a few bites.Complimentary dessert of Sago. We also have sago in the Philippines, but it is usually ball shaped.
The interiors were warm and cozy and I especially loved the ambient sounds. It made me feel like I was outdoors in a garden full of tropical birds.
It was great that they served complimentary purified water and were quick to refill. Perfect for thirsty travelers like us. We spent about 25 USD for 4 pax. We didn’t order any softdrinks, just the food pictured above and just 2 cups of rice. The servings were big especially so we couldn’t really finish everything.
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- No.232, Dhammazedi Road, In BMB Club Compound, Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar
- Tel No. 544724
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