Believe it or not, it’s almost time to start planning that Christmas work night out.
Want to know how to make it an absolute cracker?
Include holly-shaped earrings, cheeky wee snogs and… Bollywood?
Well why not, we ask you? Because there’s no better way to stave off the Scottish winter than with sizzling Indian street food served in a colourful restaurant.
So if you fancy a Christmas dinner with a difference this year, then get your mittens on this Big Deal on a Tuk Tuk Christmas Special Bollywood Party at, you guessed it… Tuk Tuk.
Christmas Special Bollywood Party menu
Tuk Tuk is a cheerful Indian restaurant on Sauchiehall Street serving up tapas-style street food. It’s so good that it has earned itself a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
With today’s Big Deal, two to twenty people can enjoy a unique festive celebration.
A very chilli Christmas
With this Christmas Special Bollywood Party meal, based on two people sharing, a selection of four starters are presented, followed by a choice of four curries – one chicken, one lamb and two vegetarian dishes.
This will be served with sides of classic, Peshwari and garlic naan, plus steamed and pilau rice.
Dessert can be added for a small supplement, payable directly to the restaurant.
The offer is available for day and evening dining from 25th November to 31st December. This makes it ideal for anything from a work night out to a festive meet-up with friends to a lazy Hogmanay family dinner.
Tasty tapas curries
Tuk Tuk’s party menu offers up plenty of tasty street food treats.
The selection of starters will be chicken lollipops, Tuk Tuk samosas, winter garden pakora and pyaz ke kurkure.
For your mains, you can choose four curries from a host of small plate dishes – two vegetarian, one lamb and one chicken. Choices include the usual suspects as well as channa masala, lamb lucknowi and NH14 chicken highway. Veggie and vegan options include tarka dhal and saag paneer.
Additional main curry dishes can be added for £1 each per person.
For £2, you can add on gulab jamun with ice cream as a dessert. Note that Tuk Tuk is bring your own bottle with a £1 recycling fee.
Here is a sample of the kind of reviews that have bagged Tuk Tuk a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence:
‘Worth a visit. Tapas-style Indian food. Great concept and well executed with warm and friendly staff. Very well priced and it will fill you up.’
Walking in an Indian wonderland
If it’s time to start planning that Christmas party, then why not inject a bit of colourful Bollywood fun into proceedings this year?
Let’s face it, nothing beats a hearty Indian meal in winter. So if you fancy enjoying a festive celebration with a difference, then snap up this very spicy Big Deal from Tuk Tuk.