Change is, it’s just not always good. That’s why it’s daunting. When Sab-E-Lee, one of San Diego’s most revered Thai eateries, left its cramped original digs at the northeast corner of Linda Vista Road and Ulric Street there was a tangible sense of concern among its devotees. How would it fare in a larger space and, perhaps most of all, what would—could—replace it? The answer to the latter question is that the Sab-E-Lee’s owners did another restaurant in the same space: Thai Papaya (2405 Ulric St.) in Linda Vista. The more important answer is: It’s good. Very good.