Tuk Tuk Thai - South Trail Crossing
Tuk Tuk Thai is ‘fast and flavourful’ authentic Thai dishes handmade with fresh ingredients on site, in a real kitchen.
Tuk Tuk Thai was established in 2015 with the mission to serve authentic Thai food made from natural ingredients and traditional Thai recipes. Our promise of 'fast and flavorful' means that our meals are prepared fresh on-site, so they can be served quickly without sacrificing quality. Packaged in our distinctive lotus flower-shaped takeout box, your meal from Tuk Tuk Thai is sure to surprise and delight.
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