The Low Down
Where to Sit: Indoor tables are intimately arranged, but they are candlelit and the chairs are comfortable. The sidewalk seats are better suited for waiting carryout customers than actual diners.
Save Money: Weekday lunch specials include an entree, rice and salad, egg drop-mushroom soup or a spring roll for under $10.
Parking: Don't park in the dry cleaners' lot in the back--they tow. Instead, opt for a street meter or side-street space.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Katy and Bill Heinzman opened Tuk Tuk in 1998, naming their Thai cafe for the three-wheeled motorized taxis popular in Bangkok. Depictions of the vehicle pervade the stylish restaurant, appearing above the orange awning, in colorfulâ¦
By Izaac F at Insider Pages
They have some very good Thai food here. I know its probably not like authentic food from Thailand but for Americanized Thai food it was pretty good. Read More
By Alex at GrubHub
Awesome Thai food! And scary fast delivery!
Tuk Tuk Thai
By Tim G. at Judy's Book
A great little place on Pico Boulevard, Tuk Tuk is a chic, but not budget busting thai food restaurant. More authentic than places like Chan Dara,... Read More