There is so much more than just green curry when it comes to Thai Tuk Tuk in Solaris Dutamas (outside Publika) and this here is a good option to explore regional specialties and the classic pick of most Thai restaurants. This chain restaurant puts a unique spin when it comes to their vibrant set up of the dining room.
There is nothing innovative for sure but we are looking at some collection of halal Thai dishes designed for sharing with familiar seafood options like Tomyum Seafood (RM 43.90 large),Stir fried Kailan with salted fish (RM 16.90), andStir Fried Prawns with petai (RM 19.90). The ordinary looking dishes are nothing neither amusing nor whimsical, rather it was plenty alike staples that usually appears regularly at any Thai restaurants expect that this one is in a more casual and contemporary feel. Don’t expect to be wowed by the dishes or impeccable service because dining is very casual here at Tuk Tuk.
Of course the menu is sufficiently extensive and that kind of offering is good for diners. It pulls together the region’s popular dishes so we can easily orderHat Yai fried chicken with crispy onion (RM 15.90) and Green Curry chicken (RM 18.90) to go with white rice (RM 2.50), or have some of those breakfast dishes that goes equally as fabulous as any other dishes- Kai Krata (RM 10.90). Despite being a simple fried egg with sausages, it was tasty and comforting to add some protein to the meal.
The desserts and refreshing beverages are a little something for consideration, or perhaps more than just an afterthought with that price tag. We had Lemon Grass Juice (RM 5.90), Thai iced milk tea (RM 5.50), Thai pink milk tea (RM 5.50), Ice cream Thai Boran (RM 16.90) and Red Ruby with coconut (RM 10.90) which was okay; just not memorable. I would really skip the ice cream thou.
Expect the place to be lively most of the time but meal sessions are usually pretty crowded.
Thai Tuk Tuk Restaurant is located at :
A1- G2-9, Solaris Dutamas (outside Publika)
1 Jalan Dutamas,
Opens daily: 11am-11pm
Tel: 019-6689297 .