With its spacious dining room, patio, and skyline views, Tuk Tuk is clearly a spot worth your time. It’s from the team behind Chai Yo, so you know that the Thai food they serve is going to be great, but thankfully it’s a lot less expensive. The larb kai should be on your table, along with a few noodle and curry dishes if you’re with a group. They also have Thai-inspired desserts like a lychee cheesecake and the Bangkok snow cone with rose syrup and condensed milk, either of which is a great way to end dinner.
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