About Tuk Tuk
Street food Indian restaurant in Glasgow city centre
Inspired by food hawkers, Tuk Tuk Glasgow offers the same rustic roadside and railway station dishes which are served up to the busy office workers and school children on the streets of India.
Their dishes are the simple, earthy, lovingly prepared food of the people, representing the tastes of India today.
Curries and tandoori in India
Tuk Tuk Glasgow’s menu is divided into roadside plates, Tuk Tuk street curries, tandoor, sides and desserts.
Each section of the menu includes actual street food dishes which are currently served in India.
The roadside classics include Mumbai’s favourite street food snack Vada Pav, a spicy deep fried potato ball served in a bun, and a favourite cold Indian snack, Puri Yogurt Bombs which are crispy puri with potato, yoghurt and tamarind.
The street food curries include well known classics like Chicken Korma and Tarkha Dal, alongside less known concoctions like Smoked Aubergine and Lamb Lasooni.
There’s something for everyone in the tandoor section: chicken, lamb and mixed grill for carnivores, paneer for vegetarians and corn on the cob marinated in dairy free yoghurt for vegans.
Dessert lovers will delight in treats like the Cola of Bombay ice cream float, the spicy chai tea served over ice cream and the surprise dessert of the day.
Charing Cross transport links
Tuk Tuk Glasgow is located towards the Charing Cross end of Sauchiehall Street. Charing Cross Train Station is a four minute walk away, multiple bus routes pass by the restaurant, and there is a taxi rank outside the restaurant.
The King’s Theatre is a five minute walk away, making Tuk Tuk Glasgow perfect for pre theatre dining.