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Tuk-Tuk Go Is A Taste of Bangkok In The Heart of Brooklyn

By Marina I. Jokic

In Bangkok, one of the most common modes of transportation is the Tuk-Tuk, a mechanized three-wheeled taxi that transports passengers across the entire city. In a similar way Tuk-Tuk Go transports its guests to the streets of Bangkok through its delectable and authentic Thai food and laid-back dining experience. Owner Daniel brings his passion of Thai cuisine and years of experience in the hospitality industry to create a truly one-of-a-kind experience.

"We brought our love and knowledge of Thai cuisine with us from the land of smiles, and we are delighted to present our carefully crafted basics like Pad Thai, stir fry and curries, and fried rice as well as our creative chef's specialties," Daniel said.

What in particular sets Thai food apart from other Asian cuisines? Daniel thinks it's the perfectly balanced combination of flavors that places Thai food in a category of its own.

The four core protein choices on the menu are chicken, pork, beef, and tofu, prepared in several ways: with noodles and rice, as stir fries and curries, in salads and bowls, and in collard wraps. For example, the peanut satay uses coconut sticky rice, pickled cucumber, crushed peanuts, cilantro, and peanut sauce to create a meal that bursts with freshness and nutrition. The sweet chili combines seasonal vegetables, rice noodles, and sweet chili dipping sauce for a simple, spicy, and filling creation.

"What makes Thai food different in our eyes is the balance," he said. "The flavors must harmoniously excite your senses of sweet, salty, sour, and spicy; Tuk-Tuk Go sustains this balance while devoting complete [attention] to the subtle details that compose a Thai meal."

In addition to their regular eat-in and delivery menu, Tuk-Tuk also offers catering, servicing the New York area for the last four years. The restaurant does small and large-scale events, providing wholesome, fresh ingredients and tasty meals at a reasonable cost.

Tuk-Tuk Go's delivery service presents wide-ranging selections and access to its other travel-inspired food establishments. Daniel recommends ordering on EatHolidays.com for expedient and user-friendly service.

"Tuk-Tuk Go is a part of the HOLIDAYS family that includes Bamboo Bites, Breadfroot, Burger Envy, Café Cochera, Proteins & Greens, and Tuk-Tuk Go," he said. "Our collective mission is to promote genuine travel and human connection through real, good food [and] we hope to inspire this [among] all members of our family, from our prep staff to your colleagues, creating HOLIDAYS for all."

As a finale to your meal at Tuk-Tuk Go, Daniel praises the fried plantains with condensed milk and crushed peanut and the banana pudding. You can wash them down with a traditional and refreshing Thai iced tea.

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