Chinese steamed buns have been around for thousands of years, with archaeological evidence of their existence as early as 700 BC. The Chinese had learned to use a grain mill to create wheat flour used to make steamed buns, known in general as “mantou” in the Shanghai region or “bao zi” in northern areas. Steamed buns are created in two ways; in northern China they use a natural starter dough for fermentation, while in southern China it is more common to ferment the flour with yeast. Starter dough creates a stickier and more dense bun, while yeast-fermented buns are softer and more similar to a bread consistency.
Want to enjoy Tullulah’s in the comfort of your own home? Well, with Uber Eats, now you can! Uber Eats is an easy way to deliver food from many of your favorite restaurants straight to your home. We here at Tullulah’s are so excited to team up with Uber Eats to make our food more accessible to you. On those days where you’re feeling a little lazy and very hungry, just download the Uber Eats app and order Tullulah’s!
International Waffle Day is a day worth celebrating! Celebrate it right by visiting us at Tullulah’s Restaurant & Bar. Spend brunch with us to dine on some delicious waffles and other tasty treats. This year International Waffle Day falls on Sunday, March 25. When you stop by our restaurant for Sunday Brunch, consider trying out the Fried Chicken & Waffle. This menu item includes a crispy fried boneless thigh on top of a fluffy waffle. To top it all off, our Fried Chicken & Waffle is coated with a honey-tabasco syrup. Is your mouth-watering? In addition to our Fried Chicken & Waffle, we have some other alternatives you might enjoy.
Who doesn’t love a good drink special? Join us at Tullulah’s Restaurant & Bar for delicious and discounted drinks during our happy hour special. Happy hour at Tullulah’s is from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. During our happy hour, you can sip on half priced draughts and discounted drinks, available only in the bar.
On February 14, people across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, France and Australia celebrate Valentine’s Day. This romantic holiday celebrates love and relationships and got its start around the 17th century.
Tullulah’s is happy to announce our participation in the first-ever Bay Shore Chamber of Commerce Restaurant Week from January 16-23, 2018. Visit Tullulah’s during that time and we will offer a choice of a $17.95 or $24.95 prix fixe menu (except for Jan. 19-20).
This holiday season come into Tullulah’s Restaurant and Bar for brunch. There’s no reason to wake up on a Saturday or Sunday morning and prepare an entire spread for friends and family this holiday season when you can simply stop by Tullulah’s. Our brunch menu is filled with tasty treats your loved ones will absolutely enjoy.
The holidays are a busy time of the year, we all know that. But some of us know this better than others. If you are one of those people who find themselves running around shopping for gifts, wrapping presents, and then cooking for hours in the kitchen, it’s time to cross one of these holiday chores off of your list.
The holidays are right around the corner and it’s our favorite time of the year here at Tullulah’s! We can’t wait to help you spread holiday joy and cheer with all your friends and family.
Whether you’re hosting an office party, wedding, birthday party, or other spectacular events, you can count on Tullulah’s for your catering needs. Choose to have your party on or off of our premise, and then choose your favorite food items from the corresponding menu.
The best desserts in Long Island, New York, can found right here at Tullulah’s Restaurant & Bar. Our recipe of the month this month is our delicious homemade dessert, peach cobbler. Our peach cobbler feeds eight people, so gather your friends and family to share the best peach cobbler recipe around!
As the summer comes to an end, what better way to celebrate than with a pineapple cocktail for two? This Recipe of the Month at Tullulah’s Restaurant and Bar is a tasty cocktail with just the right amount of pineapple flavor to top off your summer.
Tullulah’s Restaurant and Bar is always happy to crow about our recipe of the month, and this month is no exception with our honey lavender fried chicken. Get the pun yet? Never mind, let’s create a delightful dish!
At Tullulah’s in Bay Shore, lunch and dinner become an experience under the careful watch of chef and co-owner Steven Scalesse. He was one of Long Island’s first advocates for creating dinner from a selection of small plates versus large quantities of one item. Scalesse is also a proponent of using vegetables in-season and changing the menu to suit the products available around the year.