Indian street food arrives in the heart of Nottingham at Tuk Tuk Restaurant, located on Friar Lane a short walk from the central station. Sit back in a relaxed atmosphere and experience the diverse flavours of India across the restaurant’s menu of starters, sides, curries and other specialities. Start off with some onion bhaji before moving on to a medium-spicy dish of Agra Falls which features a delicious curry combination of chicken, lamb and potatoes, along with your choice of rice or naan. A delectable range of desserts and lassis complete your meal here, so wait no more and book a table at at this city centre gem before seats fill up!
I usually go to lots of indians. This place has great tasting food. The smell of fresh spices as you walk through the doors tells it all.
We were made to feel very welcome, the staff were very attentive and the food was delicious. Would most definitely return for another meal some time.
Lovely food, the deal we had was very cheap for the amount of food we received, free refills on sides and of plain nans, lovely service, they also did something special as it was my friends birthday even though we hadn’t mentioned, which was very thoughtful. Will definitely be going back, highly recdomened
Great customer service and food. A real pleasure. Try it!
Had a great night out with some friends. We did the deal for £12.95, popadoms with dips, main, pilau rice and plain naan. The rice and naan are unlimited just asked for more when we wanted some. Plenary of food that tasted good. Not sure where the “street food” comes in but that didn’t bother us as we had looked at the menu before going. Ordering different rice and naan was not cheap (£3.95) but most of us were fine with the plain naan. Drinks were as I would expect, £4 a pint, £20 bottle of wine. Service was lovely. We didn’t feel rushed even though we weren’t eating and drinking more they were happy for us to sit and catch up. In total for 4 of us with an additional flavoured naan, a bottle of wine and a pint if came to just under £80. Obviously if people drank more that would push the price up a lot but I really felt there was value for money.
I had my birthday party there. I invited a lot of people there and we all were taken care of properly. The food was excellent, as well as the drinks. The staff is absolutely helpful and smiley. It's my favourite Indian restaurant now. 100% recommended.
Popadoms and pickle tray and main meal/rice were all good, we felt the additional starter we had food was good but it was poor value for money - quantity was very small. Only other comment is we prefer Cobra to Kingfisher if they could have both on draught that would be a plus
Very quiet for a Friday night, but well worth a visit. Food was good and would return on that basis. 50% Discount promotion is silly as it just makes the bill an amount you would expect to pay inthis type of Indian restaurant. Without that 50% it would be a ridiculous cost.
Enjoyed the food. Great atmosphere. Great customer service by good staff. Food was made the way I requested. Vegetarian was absolutely wonderful. Menu is very simple & concise. Would be visiting again definitely.
The waiters were very welcoming and helpful, explaining each of the dishes and how to eat them. They were happy to keep bringing water to the table without being asked. Overall had a lovely meal and would go again.