Taku-Taku - Brännkyrkagatan

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 3 reviews )

Brännkyrkagatan 62-64, Stockholm, Sweden, 11823

Serves vegan street food fusion dishes such as bhangra tacos, yum buns, ssäm and temple bowls. Makes sauces and spices which are for sale to take home. No cash accepted. Open Mon-Fri 11:00am-8:00pm, Sat-Sun 11:00am-5:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, International, Fast food, Take-out, Asian, Fusion

3 Reviews

First Review by treemelody

No cash!Beware - Edit

Of course they didnt take cash.
Ridiculous as hell.
In germany they would go bankrupt.
Well i can make veggie food at home too when they are afraid for cash customers.

Pros: none

Cons: No cash

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Supergood and Supernice personel - Edit

The tortilla pulled oat was awesome, and the girl serving me was supernice! Only good vibes!

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Fingerlicking good! - Edit

Slow-cooked fast food is the concept. Located inside the food store Paradiset which has lots of biodynamic and vegan products. Upstairs they have a food court with four eateries surrounding the seating area which is pretty big and quite cozy. The other places serve meat which you could smell but I didn't find it too overwhelming.

At Taku Taku you can pick n mix from the three 'bottoms'; iceberg lettuce (Ssäm), Bhangra taco and yum bun (soft bun). You can also choose from the different fillings and make your own combo. The deal is three for 100 kr or 40 kr each. Three made an ideal lunch for me. The flavours were great! Not your average fast food. They have several sauces to choose from but I thought the fillings were tasty even without them.

Eager to try the desserts next time. Awesome lunch spot. They have a third branch on Birger Jarlsgatan 57c (Norrsken house) should anyone happen to be in that part of town.

Pros: Great flavours!, Inventive take on vegan fast food

Cons: Hoping for a branch in the city centre, Smell of meat from surrounding eateries

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