A few days later, I noticed they were on Wriggle so I bought a couple of lunchtime deals for us to have the next day. Offering discount deals at local independents, Wriggle is a great way to try new places without spending a fortune. The menu at Tuk Tuck is a mix of Asian food, mainly Thai and Korean; small but sweet with variations on bibimbap, thai curry and bahn mi sandwiches. There are some sides too - dumplings, kimchi fries and edamame beans.
We both went for bibimbap, me with the more traditional beef option and Dave with the lamb. We were surprised to see lamb because it's hardly eaten in Korea. Flavour wise too, the lamb was cooked with cumin and chilli. Although it wasn't particularly authentic, it was very tasty.
We loved Tuk Tuck - friendly staff and fresh, tasty food in a light and breezy cafe environment. I'm definitely heading back there soon to try those kimchi fries - American/ Bristol fusion - fries loaded up the meat of your choice, chipotle mayo, spring onions and of course, kimchi! Say whaaaaat!!??
For those of you on a budget, prices are cheap with mains costing typically around £6.00, making this a great option for mid week lunchtimes or an after-work supper spot. Look out for them on Wriggle and those prices get even cheaper. Bargain-Tastic.
Find Tuk Tuck at: 5 St Stephen's Street, Bristol, BS1 1EE. To see more pics and info on what they do, give them a cheeky like on Facebook!