About Nam Tuk Tram Stop
a must try
visited for the first time last night and the food was excellent, you are best to order about 3-4 different dishes as they are more tapas than main dishes. overall lovely live place. well done
Nam Tuk Tram Stop
Nice new restaurant with a good choice of different 'Pan Asian' food including Thai, Vietnamese and Korean, all very tasty. Only problem was they bring it all at the same time and the tables are too small! We were told by the waitress that the portions were small and to order two of each, but it turned out that they were big enough so that 3 were easily enough and we ended up with a doggy bag for the 4th. The mochi ice cream was very slow in coming (due to 'the kitchen being too busy' - the restaurant wasn't full) however they compensated by not charging for it which was kind and restored faith. We will definitely go back.
Bright and lively pan-Asian restaurant in West End
Opened in the autumn of 2017, the Nam Tuk Tram Stop is a pan-Asian restaurant on Partick Bridge Street by the bottom of Byres Road. Mixing bamboo fittings, manga murals and hanging silk lanterns, it is a colourful, buzzy spot for a fun meal, an inventive cocktail or a frosty Tsing Tao beer.
Dishes from Korea, Thailand, Japan and more
From Thai tom yum soups to Japanese sashimi and sushi platters, Nam Tuk’s menus go backpacking all over Asia. Whether you want Korean bulgogi beef, Chinese wonton soup or Hong Kong-style chicken, Nam Tuk can take your taste buds on tour without having to root out the passport.
If you are hankering after a plate of octopus balls or simply need a hot plate of spicy duck soba noodles, you know where to go. They even offer Korean BBQ where the customer cooks at the table. As well as the main menu, Nam Tuk also has a full vegan/veggie menu packed with dishes like crunchy bread-crumbed pumpkin and vegan sushi.
West End transport links and attractions
Nam Tuk Tram Stop is on Partick Bridge Street by the bottom of Byres Road. It is very convenient for those visiting Glasgow University or Kelvingrove Museum. The Hydro is a short taxi journey. There is restricted on-street parking and a pay car park by Byres Road. Nam Tuk Tram Stop is a few minutes walk from both Kelvinhall and Hillhead subway stations. Partick is the nearest train station.