New bar spy - Tuk Tuk

Indian street food restaurant concept arrives in Glasgow

Tuk Tuk

Last updated . By Daniel Splarn.


November '16

What they say:

Named after the three-wheeler rickshaws that trundle through the streets of Asia, Tuk Tuk is already one of the most popular places for Indian street food in Edinburgh. Their second restaurant is coming to Sauchiehall Street to serve up their usual street food staples and a few tasty new additions, with tiffin boxes available at lunchtime and a focus on sharing plates in the evening. The restaurant will operate a BYOB policy alongside a selection of lassi drinks in refreshing mango, coconut and lychee flavours.

What we say:

Adding a splash of vibrancy and colour to Glasgow’s dining scene, Tuk Tuk promises a flavour of India with its authentic cooking and beautiful murals adorning the walls. This latest restaurant looks perfect for an informal and relaxed dining out experience although you don’t have to stick around to enjoy their cullinary delights; there will be a takeaway and delivery service for those who want a night in front of the TV.