Tuk Tuk

Tuk Tuk
426 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD
  • Telephone 0141 332 2126
  • Opening times Mon–Sun noon–10.30pm.
  • Food served Sun–Thu noon–10.30pm; Fri/Sat noon–11pm
  • Email
  • Website tuktukonline.com
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Tuk Tuk

Sauchiehall Street restaurant specialising in street food, tandoor and curry dishes from across the Indian subcontinent in a casual setting.

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Nestled amid the hustle and bustle of Sauchiehall Street, casual and colourful Tuk Tuk’s mission statement is to introduce street food from the length and breadth of the wider Indian subcontinent to Glasgow’s diners. The menu draws from 'roadside plates', 'street curries' and 'tandoor kitchen' to serve dishes you don’t often see. They succeed in that pursuit. The roadside plates in particular offer a departure: the cool and crisp puri yoghurt bombs live up to their billing as a local favourite, and the mild kick of the Bengali fish cakes is complemented by fresh mint sauce and crunchy slaw. The street curries offer familiar dishes like butter chicken and dhal makhani, while the lamb kolhapuri – tender meat in vibrant gravy – and well-marinaded saag paneer are both winners. There’s no booze served (you can bring your own for a very reasonable 50p recycling tax) but their own non-alcoholic refreshments, the lassi or Mint Mambo, are sensationally refreshing – sticking to just the one is near impossible.

The List's rating






Craig Angus visited Tuk Tuk on 31 January 2018
  • High point: Originality of the roadside plates
  • Low point: It's BYOB only – if you want a drink don't forget
  • Notable dish: Puri yoghurt bombs
  • Average price: £12 (set lunch); £16 (dinner)
  • Delivery: Deliveroo / UberEATS / Just Eat
  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Halal options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Traditional Indian music
  • Capacity: 130
  • Largest group: 40-50
  • Open since: 2017
  • House wine: No alcohol served per bottle
  • BYOB: 50p recycling tax corkage

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