We visited the popular Tiki Bar and Kitsch Inn for lunch on a cold grey Glasgow day. The décor was definitely Kitsch with black vinyl seating, a red retro fridge, several 1960’s prints and Hilda Ogden flying ducks. The decor made for some interesting conversation about the designer’s lack of taste.
We were warmly welcomed upstairs into the Kitsch Inn restaurant section. A dish of complimentary prawn crackers and chilli sauce was set down with glasses of water as we browsed the lunch menu. The lunch option for £8 provides a reasonable choice of starters and mains. Amongst the favourites are a choice of Red, Yellow and Green Thai Curries, with chicken, prawn or fish options. The curries come in a bowl with Jasmine Rice. The main course bowl is set on a large square plate with a small starter salad and sweet chilli sauce. We enjoyed the small portion of Thai fish cakes and tempura king prawns with red and yellow curries. The Thai red curry was quite spicy without being overpowering. There are other Asian influenced dishes pork, chicken and vegetarian options.
The dinner menu is about £16 for 2 course. There is a reasonable wine list and a choice of 3 draft beers. and you can enjoy a good cup of coffee. Tiki Bar sells a large range of cocktails
If you are looking for a quick lunch of hot and tasty Asian food then it is worth visiting the Tiki Bar and Kitsch Inn.
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Alan Mclauchlan - 22/03/2015