Review: Sabai Sabai

Toronto

melhuang1972

Toronto,
24 June 2013

I made my way to Canada for a much-needed holiday and of course, as Sod’s Law always dictate, I brough heat and humidity to the Great White North. Horrific heat and humidity awaited me on the city by the lake…not what I wanted!

On my first full day in town I braved the 33c and humid conditions and walked across downtown to check out a Thai restaurant that has been raved about by many — Sabai Sabai. I got to the restaurant just in time…I felt I was about to start sweating through my clothes at that point…

It’s a low-key place near Ryerson University that typifies the type of ethnic restaurants I like — authentic, but not boring. I started with a much-needed Thai coffee…sweet and cold. Felt human again.

My first course was the fried garlic shrimp, a very typical south-eastern Asian starter:

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