About

Fresh and Fast Fusion Food

The Tuk Tuk Stick 'n' Grill was inspired by our love of Indonesian Street Food and our overwhelming desire to bring it with us to the Western World, transporting the flavours of South East Asia to the streets of West London. And this is just the start...

At the Tuk Tuk Stick 'n' Grill, we do one thing and we strive to do it really well. We serve up simple cooked food made from fresh, top quality, healthy ingredients. And we serve it up quickly. Actually, that sounds more like two things. We do two things. And we do them both really well.

We prepare and serve delicious, nutritious food. And we do it fast. And at a very reasonable price. Okay... three things!

What we offer is a healthy, tasty, fast and pocket-friendly alternative to the usual high street fast food. If you're in a bit of a rush, and you fancy some restaurant-quality food at fast-food outlet speed and prices, then via the purpose-built grills at the Tuk Tuk Stick 'n' Grill, our chefs will be able to rustle you up something delicious in two shakes of a prawn's tail.

Eat-in or take-away. Whichever you prefer.

The entire Tuk Tuk menu is prepared on the premises while you wait, cooked from scratch the moment you place your order. It takes an average of between 5 and 7 minutes for your order to make the journey from your brain, out of your mouth, onto our grill and then back into your mouth.

That’s what Tuk Tuk is all about. Real food that's fresh and fast.

How our food benefits you

The main ingredients of all our meals here at the Tuk Tuk Stick 'n' Grill are healthy, fresh, nutritious and mouth-watering. Our skewers have no added fats and contain no artificial colouring, flavouring or preservatives. In fact, there is nothing artificial about our skewers at all. Rather, it's highest quality lean and fresh South East Asia fusion food. It's proper food.

Tuk Tuk offers a healthy alternative to existing fast food restaurants, providing each customer with a delicious meal full of goodness and nutritional value. Our portions are carefully sized so that you leave the restaurant neither vaguely dissatisfied nor unpleasantly stuffed, but rather, just right. Like Goldilocks.

About Satays

Satay is the foundation of the menu at Tuk Tuk and it's prepared here exactly as it was on the streets of South East Asia back in the day, with meat cut into bite-sized pieces, skewered onto bamboo sticks and grilled.

Believed to have been created in Indonesia in the 19th century, Satay has been adopted throughout South East Asia, infiltrating the cuisine of countries such as Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.

Originally, it was eaten as street food and as an appetiser but over time, across a number of different nations, it evolved into a main course dish.