We love hearing people talking about Tootoomoo and seeing what they have to say. Here are some reviews of Tootoomoo Crouch End since its opening: Ellie’s London lifestyle and food blog, The Young Domestic Goddess, with restaurant reviews, and recipes (her Vietnamese Pho Ga Chichekn Noodle Soup is particularly delightful!), reviews Tootoomoo in Crouch
Here at Tootoomoo we love getting involved with the local community. Heres a few events we’ve been involved with recently. Highgate Fair We attended the first ever Highgate Fair at Lauderdale House earlier this month. It was great fun to see so many customers enjoying the fine food on offer and to meet new faces too.
Very soon Rokesly Infant and Nursery School will be opening their new wildlife garden. This garden will be a place where all of Rokesly School’s 3-7 year olds can have access, to garden and learn. Tootoomoo volunteered in helping to create the new garden, and donated additional seeds to their project. We’re keen for our customers to get
At the end of February, Tootoomoo visited Coleridge Primary School’s reception classes, to run a series of storytelling sessions. This was run by professional child educationalist, Vicci Parker, as part of Tootoomoo’s free schools programme. Spanning 4 classes, the children enjoyed acting out the story of Tootoomoo: Who was Tootoomoo? There is a tale of a young girl called Tootoomoo who
Tootoomoo Volunteering our time to the local charities is paramount to our playing an active role in the lives of our customers and our community.
The concept behind Tootoomoo was to serve delicious, fresh, and healthy food induced with flavours found in Asian street markets. ~ Chef Ricky Pang
Cities all over the world are ringing in the Year of the Snake with dragon dances, heavy metallic makeup, and elaborate costumes in the annual celebrations for the Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, which began on 10th February.
Hailed as one of the best street artist in London, Milo Tchais has made a name for himself with brilliant works that spreads across the capital. So when the opportunity to bring him into the Tootoomoo project presented itself, we did not hesitate to grab it with full hands.
6 ALTERNATIVE WAYS TO EAT SATAYS If you are into Malay or Indonesian cuisine, you won’t need any introduction to Satays. A tasty dish, Satays are prepared with various kinds of meats. But saying that, before anyone claims to know everything about the dish, we think it is important to learn how to eat satay.
Philip McGuinness is the founding brains (and stomach) behind Tootoomoo. This week, we’ve been chatting to him to find out why he opened the restaurant, what’s important to him and how often he eats Tootoomoo food himself!