Avoid this restaurant..
The food was not bad, but definitely not Thai. The Thai iced coffee was weak and the spring rolls were more like cucumber sushi than the "normal" spring roll you would normally get in a good restaurant. Tup Tim Thai is a 4 star restaurant in Seattle. Thai Thunya is definitely a one star restaurant at best!
Some of the best Thai food in the North End..
The first, borderline illiterate review of this restaurant is profoundly unfortunate, and it kind of burns me up. Given its hysterical tone, I will bet good money that it was written by a competitor of Thai Thunya or somebody who has some kind of personal beef with the owner. Either way, it's a disgraceful disservice to the consumer community.
To set the record straight, Thai Thunya is a little gem of a place with some of the best Thai food you will find in the North End of Seattle. The setting is nothing remarkable at all - to all appearances it's just another little restaurant in a nondescript strip-mall in suburbia. Don't be fooled, the fare is first-rate.
We had dinner at Thai Thuyna on 6/14/08. We ordered Phad Thai Noodles, Panang Curry, and Delight Chicken, the food was nasty. I have had and cooked Thai food for 40 years ,'I've never tasted anything that disgusting in my life. Phad Thai was all shredded and the other two dishes smell like sewer. Oh, we also ordered fresh spring rolls for our little girl, she had a bite and spited out. That explains everything. I am not the best chef and neither had a degree from Culinary Cooking School but I can cook 10 times better. Prices are redicoulously high for food that is not worth a penny. We will not going back there again not in a million year. We strongly don'g recommend this restaurant to anyone. You'll regreted.
Food right out of Thailand is served in an unexpectedly exquisite setting.. In Short It is easy to be deceived by its placement in a strip-mall, but inside this restaurant is a whole different world of inexpensive fine dining. A large wood carving greets customers at the door, and the walls are decorated with elegant and original Thai artwork. The dining room is always comfortably quiet beneath the enormous wave sculpture hanging from the ceiling. On the menu, all of the expected dishes like pad Thai are present, but they sit alongside several more distinct flavors like vegetables in oyster sauce.