Nam Tuk Tram Stop
Bright and cheerful canteeny restaurant at Partick Cross dishing up pan-Asian food, from soups and sushi to noodles and curries.
Standing at the southern end of Byres Road, this trendy little spot has tried hard to bring a little of the exotic to Partick, with its decorative bamboo caning separating areas of the restaurant and bright manga art that gives a lively vibe to the space. Low window tables mean great views up Byres and across the bustling Partick Cross. Immensely popular with locals thanks to the thriving take-out service, Nam Tuk is always a hive of activity. Food wise, it is an exciting amalgamation of Asian cuisine with Thai, Japanese, Korean and Chinese dishes on the menu. A generous bowlful of Singapore noodles, laden with chicken, pork and shrimp in a spicy chilli oil, is pleasingly slurpable and dangerously moreish. Vegans and vegetarians have plenty of choice here with several tasty options, including with a mountainous plate of Thai style fried tofu – crispy in a sweet chilli sauce nestled atop crunchy chow mein. Happily, there is also an extensive selection of Asian beers available to cool the mouth after this festival of spice.
- Delivery: Depends on distance
- Private dining: Up to 30 covers
- Provides: Halal options, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Pre-theatre menu, Outdoor tables
- Capacity: 110
- Largest group: 110
- Open since: 2017
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 6
- House wine: £19 per bottle
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