Thai Fusion Cuisine at Papaya Fusion Grill (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Papaya Fusion Grill

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In a Nutshell

Menu includes pad thai, korean ribs, panang curry, tandoori chicken, tofu stir-fries, and customizable healthy, fit-bowls

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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid toward alcohol. Options for two or four people valid for dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $12 for $20 worth of food for two or more, dine-in only
  • $20 for $40 worth of food for four or more, dine-in only
  • $15 for $20 towards food for carry-out

Fermented Foods: Aging Into Flavor

Asian staples such as soy sauce, miso, and tempeh would not be possible without fermentation. Learn more about your food with Groupon’s exploration of the process.

We may keep an eye on expiration dates and even groan at the task of finishing leftovers, but one form of old food—fermented dishes—makes the menu on almost every continent. From Europe’s sauerkraut to Asia’s soy sauce, fermented foods have one thing in common: mold spores or bacteria have begun to transform raw ingredients (cabbage for sauerkraut, soybeans and wheat for soy sauce), changing their proteins and carbohydrates into different nutrients altogether. Whereas heat-based cooking can leach nutrients away, the fermentation process that creates the spicy Korean condiment kimchi preserves the cabbage’s existing nutrients such as vitamin C (short for “cabbage”) while producing new nutrients, including vitamin B.

The active cultures effectively begin the digestion process for us, often making a nutritious treat out of a formerly hard-to-eat foodstuff. For example, the miso paste used in many Japanese dishes is fermented from soybeans, which are notoriously difficult to digest. But once mold spores called koji begin to gnaw on the beans, they turn their starches into sugar until the tough, bland beans become soft and tangy.

Though fermentation is similar to rot in that it breaks down solids, the process can actually make food that is safer to eat. If a food had been contaminated with harmful bacteria, then the acids produced in the fermentation process would swiftly kill off those dangerous critters and thwart subsequent infections. (This principle is behind the advice you’ll occasionally hear to drink beer but not tap water when traveling to certain countries.) Accordingly, fermentation was a popular way to preserve perishable foods in an era before refrigerators and vacuum-locked meat safes. Fourteenth-century Chinese writer Wu Zimu unintentionally spotlighted the importance of fermentation with his roster of seven things people could not do without, which listed rice, salt, soybean sauce, and vinegar—all major ingredients in or products of the fermentation process.

Customer Reviews

Great food and service. We will come back again.
Debbie D. · March 22, 2016
Great food, nice seating, and owners are super nice too. Give it a try!
Ree B. · March 12, 2016
This place is amazing! Fresh, tasty food. A favorite
Angela I. · February 23, 2016
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    Papaya Fusion Grill

    3512 West Dublin Granville Road

    Columbus, OH 43235


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