The Sabai Sabai restaurant is obviously a very popular restaurant judging by the number of people there when we dined there. Next to us was a table of 20 Bumese people. The food was good - a little more expensive than average for Myanmar/Burma.
As an aside if you catch a taxi to the restaurant organise that it will pick you up after an hour and half- you will have difficulty getting one back to your hotel.
Big new cars are somewhat of a rarity in Myanmar, although the carpark of this place was full of them, which must say something about it's clientele. The night I was there, I saw the singer from Iron Cross, the most popular pop group in Myanmar, as well as a number of Europeans driving diplomatic / NGO registered vehicles.
It's popularity is hardly surprising given the extensive, verging on vast menu (in English and with photos to help you), attentive service, pleasant surroundings and, most importantly, excellent food. I was told the chef is Thai, and it shows in the authenticity of the food.
Whilst it is slightly more expensive than other restaurants in town (although not massively so) it is well worth it for the occasional "splurge".
Favorite Dish: A dish, the name of which I can't remember (it's something like seafood surprise pennies) which is various seafood minced and made into small croquettes and deep fried, served with a dipping sauce.