Thai Sabai is all about the philosophy of well-being and relaxation. Here, authentic Thai cuisine is served up attentively in a light relaxing environment. Tucked away on Headingley highstreet, Thai Sabai is somewhere we would really recommend!
There are gluten free, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
Take a look around
A generous menu serves up lots of meat and veggie based dishes with a generous selection of vegetarian and vegan options to cater for all foodie needs. Our personal favourite it the Duck Penang curry on a bed of sticky rice! With a dollop of homemade ice cream to finish.
Thai Sabai has a decent selection of white, red and sparkling wines, enough to match the pallet of the versatile flavours of food on offer.
The restaurant is a ideal destination for couples, groups of friends, or even a meal on your ones. The simplistic nature of Thai Sabai should not lessen the class and warmth you get from both the food and service here. It’s a home comfort that we like returning to.
Where to Park
The most convenient parking spots are all free but on a timer and limited in number, so keep an eye on the clock when you park up at either of the following:
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
Located in Headingley, just around the corner from the Carnegie Stadium the best way to travel to the restaurant is by taxi or bus (numbers 1, 6, 8, 19, 27 & 91). If you fancy more of a walk catch the train from Leeds Station to Headingley and walk the last kilometer to Thai Sabai.
What To Do Next
After filling up on the exquisite food, walk off your tea by heading further into Headingley to Hyde Park Book Club. Here you can catch one of their eclectic events showcasing everything from music to literature.