Edinburgh’s popular Indian street food restaurant Tuk Tuk has launched Tiffin Tins for lunchtime.
Tuk Tuk is named for and inspired by the three-wheeled rickshaws of Asia that nourish the appetites of busy office workers, sweaty rickshaw wallahs and hungry school children throughout the day. In the same tradition, Tuk Tuk will be serving a new range of Tiffin Tins to the hungry workers and students around Edinburgh’s Tollcross.
Tuk Tuk’s menu is a mix of rustic roadside and railway station dishes made from the simple earthy, lovingly prepared food of the people that represents the tastes of India today. They use authentic spices and fresh ingredients to produce nourishing food. The Tuk Tuk Tiffin Lunchbox will come with one serving of chaat, your choice of two of their signature dishes plus a side of rice or naan bread for just £12.
Choose from Tuk Tuk classics such as Butter Chicken, Tuk Tuk Wallah Staff Curry, Railway Station Lamb Curry or Platform 5 Vindaloo.
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Tuk Tuk opened its doors in 2012 on Leven Street (directly across from the King’s Theatre) and has served freshly prepared, rustic/railway style Indian street food to a crowd of loyal locals. Renowned for their lovely staff, ’feel good’ atmosphere and family friendly environment, they remain one of Scotland’s most respected and recognisable independent Indian restaurants, attracting swarms of foodies and students every night of the week.