Edinburgh’s Tuk Tuk opens in Glasgow
The vibrant Indian-inspired murals adorning the walls of the Sauchiehall Street restaurant by artists Conzo Throb and Ciaran Glöbel welcomed us into Tuk Tuk on a dark February night.
A western sister to their Edinburgh Tollcross restaurant, Tuk Tuk brings its unique brand of Indian street food to Glasgow. Named after the three-wheeled rickshaws of Asia, Tuk Tuk aims to capture the colours, sounds and aromas of India.
Foodwise you can buy tiffin lunches for busy people or linger over sharing dishes. Check out their menu here. The restaurant is also BYOB and offers takeaway and a delivery service. We tried their Puri yoghurt bomb – they slipped far too easily into the mouth all in one mouthful (or is that just my big mouth?!).
The samples of food on offer were delicious and we look forward to visiting for a proper meal soon.
We tried and failed pitifully at some Bhangra dancing, I’ll stick to the eating!
Tuk Tuk Glasgow, 426 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD
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