Review: At Tuk Tuk, it’s all about the Thai fried rice

Critic Brad A. Johnson says the menu isn’t very extensive at this new Thai restaurant but that’s okay because all you really need to focus on is the spicy crab fried rice.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • May 20, 2021
Santa Ana’s 4th Street Market is a kaleidoscope of constantly changing flavors. Keeping up with the turnover in the kitchens here is exhausting. One day, a stall serves tacos. The next day, that same stall has transformed into a Vietnamese cafe....
The full article can be read on the Orange County Register website.

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