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Thursday, 03 December 2009



I am so craving Sab-e-lee right now. Kobe had recommended the mango sticky rice to us before "2" was opened and we really enjoyed the combination. The fish garlic looks fantastic. I think we'll try that next time we're there (hopefully soon).


ohh man...i gotta get my butt down to sd ASAP...i don't know how much more i can take reading your and kirk's posts on this place....those are some beautiful pictures!


great photos. i keep trying to drag myself over there.

ed (from Yuma)

You are so lucky to have Sab E Lee so close. Maybe Koby learned where you live and located accordingly.


You know, I had tried almost everything at the other location, Carol and to be able to get the same plus new-and just as quality- here, is so nice for me. You need to try it before you will want to stay in your new kitchen.

Thanks, Sawyer. iPhones are pretty nice. You should have some free time to drive South in the next few weeks...

Santee is not that far away on the freeway, michael. We have a newly opened Pho House, as well as an almost open Japanese Steakhouse. I always loved Oiishi-sushi and Thai-(posted on it twice now) and most of the other places out here. Sab E Lee shines, though. Thanks for the kind words. All photos are from my iPhone.

There is a Thai Temple in Santee, ed. Kobe *might* have used that as his reasoning. But it's nice to think it was because of me...:)


Hi Cathy, darn I've yet to go to the original location. Everything looks delicious especially the larb!


Oh, everything at Sab E Lee is great, Dennis. Make it a New Year Resolution to visit.

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