Tuk Tuk is a what an auto-rickshaw is called in Thailand and unlike yellow and green ones at home, these are brightly colored and that is pretty much what Tuk Tuk South Ex basis itself on. The pop cutesy tuk tuks cover the street favourite Oriental menu and their peppy packaging.
Starting with the classic drums of heaven – juicy, succulent drumsticks tossed in a slightly sticky, chilly glaze with delicious garlic bits and spring onions.
Jakarta Night chicken noodles – Indonesian style goreng with pok choy, bell pepper, egg, chicken shards and brown shallots. Team with Tuk Tuk special sauces and the noodles make for a completely delicious meal.
Tuk Tuk Khao Suey – steamed khao suey noodles, crispy noodles, a thick coconut based vegetable curry and the staple accompaniments – burnt garlic, brown onions, peanuts, spring onions, chilly flakes and a dash of lemon juice. Mix the noodles, coconut lacey Khao Suey gravy, accompaniments as per your palate and top it with crunchy noodles
Tuk Tuk for oriental street specialties delivered with a jaunty vibe. Their Khao Suey is not to be missed.