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Sabai Sabai Kitchen is opening soon on Church Street, offering Thai food from chef Nuit Regular


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Here’s news for the legions of Sukhothai and Khao San Road fans: chef Nuit Regular is going to be heading up the menu at a new Thai restaurant on Church Street called Sabai Sabai Kitchen.

Owners aren’t quite ready to reveal who they are yet, but indicate that they are not affiliated with Nuit’s other ventures. The restaurant is expected to open in late October at 225 Church Street. Otherwise, not much information is available as of yet, other than the fact that we can expect some culinary creativity from Regular, who will be chef at the new restaurant. The food will be different from anything offered at Sukothai or Khao San Road. 

“This is something Nuit has always wanted to do,” we’re told.

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