According to the Sabai Sabai site, it's the very first Thai restaurant in Germantown. Well, I wouldn't bother to open another Thai restaurant because Sabai Sabai is tough to beat. It's a very cute place and the food was great! We got these Tod Mun Goong, which is "minced shrimp kneaded with chili paste, fried and served with cucumber sauce."
This was delicious! I love the sauce! They were very fresh. The texture was slightly crunchy on the outside and soft and bouncy on the inside.
My friend and I shared this Peppercorn Soft Shell Crab. I loved it! The sauce was sweet and spicy. On your first bite, you won't immediately feel the heat, but you will. It's a good heat though. Nothing like lip burning atomic buffalo wings.
It was too dark to take a good macro shot though.
My friend had the Sabai Sabai lamb chops and she said it was good. She ate it all! Look how cute the carrots were. I had the broccoli because I don't eat lamb and that was good.
I definitely have to go back again sometime. They have a huge selection of food including salads, soups, noodles, curry and "street food". The prices were average. It's $16.95 for the soft shell crab dish, which I think is fair. Another reason I have to go back is that they are two stores away from Coldstone creamery!
There's nothing like a good serving of strawberry ice cream to cool down that Thai food fire.