Vegan Menu


Khmer Crispy Rolls

3 crispy Cambodian spring rolls filled with cabbage, carrots, onions, wood ear mushrooms and glass noodles.  Served with vegan Tuk Trey and roasted peanuts.  – £5.50

Summer Rolls

2 fresh rice paper rolls filled with rice noodles, carrots, shredded lettuce, mint and tofu. Served with peanut hoisin sauce or Tuk Trey sauce. Gluten-free with Tuk Trey. – £4.95

Sticky Sriracha Cauliflower

Crispy cauliflower lightly battered, then glazed in our house made sweet and spicy sauce. Garnished with toasted sesame seed and spring onion. Gluten-free option available using corn flour. – £6.95

Tofu with Hoisin Peanut Sauce

Crispy tofu served with pickled cucumber and hoisin peanut sauce. Gluten-free option available using Sweet Chili Sauce. – £5.95

Salade Towhu

Tofu salad with lime leaves, red onions, peppers, mixed herbs, citrus dressing, peanuts and crispy shallots. – £6.95


(Served with steamed Jasmine Rice, or Coconut Rice for extra £1.50)

Spicy Lemongrass Saute

Spicy lemongrass stir-fry with traditional Cambodian lemongrass, birds eye chilies, peppers, onions, green beans, basil, and roasted peanuts. With your choice of tofu, seitan, or mixed vegetables. Gluten-free (except with seitan). Served spicy, but cooked to your preference. – £13.95

Ginger Saute

for the ginger lover. A traditional Khmer dish with lots of young ginger sautéed with garlic, onion, pepper, mangetout, and spring onions. With your choice of tofu, seitan, or mixed vegetables. – £13.95

Cha Palah

Mixed vegetables sautéed in garlic, vegetarian oyster sauce and a vegetable broth. – £12.95

(Add tofu seitan, or chickpeas for an extra £1)

Veggie Seitan Duck and Tamarind

Seitan duck sautéed with chilies, garlic, pepper, onions, soy sauce and tamarind sauce, finished off with basil. – £13.95

Cambodian Kari

homemade Cambodian curry made with Kreung (Cambodian lemongrass paste), coconut milk, peanuts, star anise, lime leaves, and chilies. Cooked with sweet potatoes, bamboo shoots, green beans, peppers and onions, finished off with basil. Your choice of tofu, seitan, chick peas or mixed vegetables. – £13.95

Cha Bai

Khmer-style fried rice with garlic, onions, carrots, peas, scrambled tofu and soy sauce, topped with coriander and crispy shallots. Can be served regular or spicy, with your choice of tofu, seitan or mixed vegetables. – £12.95

General Lon Nol

Your choice of crispy seitan, cauliflower or tofu, sautéed with garlic, ginger, cashews, peppers and onions with our sticky Sriracha sauce. – £13.95

Noodle Bowls

Bun Hoi

Fresh chilled vermicelli rice noodle salad  with carrots, mint, shredded lettuce and a crispy roll, topped with roasted peanuts and crispy shallots. Served with With Tuk Trey dressing on side to pour over and your choice of tofu or seitan. Gluten free without spring rolls. – £12.95

Cha Mee

Wheat noodles sautéed with scrambled tofu, garlic, onions and bean sprouts. Tuk Trey sauce on the side for pouring over noodles. Served with your choice of tofu, seitan or mixed vegetables. – £12.95

Cha Kuthiew

Sautéed rice noodles with scrambled tofu, garlic, carrots, and beansprouts.  Everything sauteed in tamarind, palm sugar, and soy sauce. Served with your choice of tofu, seitan or mixed vegetables. Gluten-free if not using seitan. – £12.95

Mee Kathang

Sautéed rice noodles with mixed vegetables, scrambled tofu, garlic and onions, topped with a Cambodian style gravy sauce. Served with your choice of tofu or seitan. Gluten-free if not using seitan. – £12.95

Cha Kari

Sautéed wheat noodles with curry sauce, peppers, onions, bamboo shoots, green beans and basil. Served with your choice of tofu, seitan, mixed vegetables or chick peas. Gluten-free with rice noodles. – £13.95


Tofu is eaten all over Asia.  It had a bad reputation in the West due to people not cooking it properly.  In Asia it’s a staple source of protein, and delicious when prepared right.  Made from soy beans that are ground and then pressed.  It has an egg like texture, and picks up any flavours you cook it in. Seitan has been eaten in Asia for thousands of years amongst the Buddhist monk communities as a source of protein in their meat-free diet.  We make all our seitan in-house with organic vital wheat flour.  For those who crave meat, it’s the closest thing in texture and appearance. 

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