In Thailand, they usually have Som Tum (papaya salad) and char-grilled/fried chicken, beef/pork, fish with any dipping sauces they prefer and sticky/steamed rice (optional). You can see Som Tum almost everywhere in Thailand.
At Ty Fun, the easiest way, for dinner, is to order
Som Tum (#70) and Kai Yang (#21) or
Som Tum (#70) and fish (#28 – 31 with or without sauces, and #74 if without sauces) or
Som Tum (#70), Laab (#68) and steamed jusmine rice (#77) or
Som Tum (#70), Prawn Rolls (#5) and steamed jusmine rice (#77) or
Som Tum (#70), Tod Mun Pla (#7) and steamed jusmine rice (#77).
For the last 3 items, just take all #77s out, you will get perfect appetizers.
I’ve never tried Som Tum (#70) with Thai Spring Rolls (#2). May be a choice to try something strange.
#17 PAD MA MUNG, #18 PAD KRA PROW, #19 PAD PRIG KHING & #20 PRA RAM (seafood excluded).
Thursday & Friday, 5-7 p.m.
Half-price all drinks (bottles excluded). $5 all appetizers.
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TY FUN was established in 2006 by Bangkok native Sunny Ting. Since then TY FUN has gone on to become recognized as Cleveland’s premier Thai restaurant winning awards every year. ZAGAT named TY FUN among the top ten restaurant in Cleveland.
TY FUN’s mission from the start has been to offer consistently excellent fresh authentic Thai cuisine in an upscale and fun atmosphere.
Thank you from my heart for your patronage. Your feedback is always appreciated.
On behalf of the TY FUN family.
815 Jefferson Ave., Cleveland, OH 44113
1 216 664–1000