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Dinner at My Thai on Mayfield

My Thai has a huge menu, almost all of which can be made vegan by choosing the tofu option. (Most Thai restaurants put fish sauce even in the “vegetarian” dishes: it’s a traditional part of Thai sauces. But My Thai mixes the sauce to order for each dish, so we’ll ask for “no fish sauce.”)

My Thai is in a small strip plaza on the north side of Mayfield Road, just 9 minutes from 271 and SOM Center. But here’s the catch... it’s not 9 minutes west of 271, it’s 9 minutes east!

The good news: that means almost no traffic lights! Really easy to get to—it’s just before the Shell station at the corner of Mayfield and 306 in Chesterland. The bad news: you must cross a county line! I’ve observed that Clevelanders can be fearful about crossing county lines and rivers. But it’s worth it for great Thai food!

(As a courtesy to the restaurants that make space for us, and to people on the waiting list if any, please change your RSVP to “No” if your plans change and you won’t be attending. Thanks!)

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Fabulous food and good conversation. A very enjoyable evening with a great group. Thanks, Morgan!

    February 6, 2013

  • linda a.


    February 6, 2013

  • Maureen

    Please cream my tofu

    February 6, 2013

  • Morgan

    Good point, Dave--they can do the tofu two ways. (I prefer the firmer fried style, but for those who like steamed, I'm sure it's healthier!)

    February 4, 2013

  • Maureen

    I love Thai food! Count me in!

    February 1, 2013

  • Dave M.

    See you there. Make sure you ask them to steam your tofu otherwise in comes out rubbery.

    January 31, 2013

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