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Tuk Tuk to open Glasgow restaurant

11 October 2016 by
Tuk Tuk to open Glasgow restaurant

Edinburgh street food restaurant Tuk Tuk is to launch a second venue, this time in Glasgow.

Named after the three-wheeled rickshaws of Asia, Tuk Tuk will open in Sauciehall Street next month. It will serve and all-day menu with lunchtime tiffin set lunch boxes, before offering sharing dishes in the evening.

New additions to the menu include: puri yoghurt bombs and a range of popular Indian drinks such as mint mambo and lassis in flavours such as mango, coconut, lychee, sweet or salted. The restaurant will still be serving up street food classics such as: bhel puri, biryani and daal makhni. The restaurant is also BYOB and will offer takeaway and a delivery service.

The restaurant has been designed by Edinburgh-based interior design agency Four-By-Two who have created a bright, modern and clean space with timber accents. Throughout are hints of "Tuk Tuk orange" enhanced by an array of Indian matka cup lighting. To complement the modern furnishings, artists Conzo Throb and Ciaran Glöbel have designed eye catching Indian inspired murals to adorn the walls of the Sauchiehell Street restaurant.

Tuk Tuk is run by chief executive and founder Rivzi Khaleque, previously director of the Malik Group in Bangladesh.

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