Quick and Delicious

These dishes are quick, delicious and the most popular in Thailand that you can try at TY FUN.

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KRA PROW (and KAI JEAW (#67), optional) dinner lunch
KAI KRA PROW (#18) spice level
Sautéed sliced chicken breast with onion, red bell pepper, string beans
& Thai sweet basil leaves in chili garlic sauce.
15 9.5
PAD KRA PROW (#23) spice level
squid
shrimp
Sautéed squid or shrimp with onion, red bell pepper, string beans
& Thai sweet basil leaves in chili garlic sauce.
 
18
20
 
12
12
TOFU KRA PROW (#55) spice level
Sautéed carrot, onion, red bell pepper, snow peas, string beans,
Thai sweet basil leaves & crispy tofu in chili garlic sauce.
12.5 8.5
FRIED RICE
THAI-STYLE FRIED RICE (#42A)
beef, chicken, pork or shrimp
mixed seafood
(mussel, bay scallop, shrimp, & squid)
Thai-style fried rice with egg, baby corn, carrot, celery, onion, snow peas,
tomato & pineapple.
 
14        9.5
20
TOFU & VEGGIE FRIED RICE (#65)
Thai-style fried rice with baby corn, carrot, celery, onion,
snow peas, tomato, pineapple, crispy tofu & egg (optional).
12.5 8.5
BASIL FRIED RICE (#66)spice level
beef, chicken, pork or shrimp
tofu & vegetables
Thai-style fried rice with baby corn, carrot, celery, onion, snow peas,
tomato, pineapple, Thai sweet basil leaves & egg (optional).
 
14
14
 
9.5
9.5
PAD C U (#69)
beef, chicken, pork or shrimp
tofu & vegetables
Pan fried flat rice noodles in black soy and oyster sauce, broccoli,
carrot, cauliflower, Chinese broccoli & egg (optional).
 
14
14
 
9.5
9.5
CURRY (and KAI JEAW (#67), optional)
beef, chicken or pork
shrimp
 
15
20
 
9.5
12
PANANG (#33) spice level
Cooked in red curry, coconut milk & carrot.
GANG KEOW WHAN (#32) spice level
Green curry cooked in coconut milk, eggplant, red bell pepper, string beans, zucchini & basil leaves.
GANG GARI (#35) spice level
Cooked in yellow curry, coconut milk, curry powder & potato.
MASSAMAN (#34) spice level
Cooked in Massaman curry, coconut milk, peanut sauce, potato & roasted peanuts.
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VEGETARIAN CURRY (#60) spice level
Baby corn, basil, broccoli, cauliflower, Japanese eggplant, red bell pepper,
snow peas, string beans, zucchini & crispy or steamed tofu in green, red
or Massaman curry cooked in coconut milk.
12.5 8.5
KAI JEAW (#67)
Thai-style omelette with ground chicken or tofu & scallion.
Served with chili sauce and rice.
9.5

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Enjoy!

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Just You ‘n Me

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In Thailand, they usually have Pad Kra Pow (#18, #23), Kai Prig Khing (#19) with Kai Jeaw (#67).

They also have curries (#13, #32 – 35) with Kai Jeaw (#67) with or without chili sauce because curry is hot itself, but whatever you prefer.

Sometimes they have soups (#8, #9, #47, #48), steamed jasmine rice (#77) with Kai Jeaw (#67) with or without chili sauce as well.

These are the perfect pairings and the most popular dishes everywhere.
So, I named these pairings "Just You ‘n Me", absolutely delishhh…!

You probably try Pad Ma Mung (#17, #24) and all dishes of Combination Plates (#36 – 38) with Kai Jeaw (#67) as a special one.

At Ty Fun, if you have no ideas what to have. I recommend Kai Jeaw (#67) as the first choice.
This is a quick, save, meal for all Thai people.

Webmaster’s ideas
Sharing Kai Jeaw together. You can share it for both of you, "Just You ‘n Me".
Please tell your server if you don’t need chili sauce. Thank you.

Enjoy.

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How to enjoy Som Tum?

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All pictures were shot in the northeastern (I-San) region of Thailand.
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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.

Webmaster’s ideas
At Ty Fun, the easiest way, for dinner, is to order
Som Tum (#70) and Kai Yang (#21) or
Som Tum (#70) and fish (#2831 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 new.

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