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‘Tuk’ is from Thai tuk-tuk rickshaws; ‘cho’ means ‘market’ in Vietnamese – so it’s no surprise that this funky little canteen deals in street-food flavours from South-East Asia. But this is no
ramshackle roadside pit stop; the vast dining room is sleekly done out with silk fabrics and bright lights adding some zing and colour to the swathes of concrete and wood. Cheery T-shirted staff
whiz around, delivering fresh plates from the busy open kitchen – perhaps Cambodian fish amok, Indonesian nasi goreng, Vietnamese pho or Japanese yaki udon noodles. There are backpacking street
snacks too (edamame, gyoza dumplings, summer rolls), while desserts might feature caramelised banana cake with caramel sauce and roasted coconut. Asian beers and New World wines suit the food –
unless you want to keep it fresh with juice or one of the floral teas. Takeaways too.
Brand new south-east asian restaurant opened in Ealing Broadway yesterday. The mixture of stir frys, curries, ramens and street foods from a number of different countries allows you to try classic regional dishes along with old favourites like vegetable gyozas. Specials are also available and lovers of spice will have difficulty choosing from the extensive hot choices! Wagamama style service and helpful staff, good place to take friends, family and dates...
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