by - written on 30/07/11
Worst club i have come across in London. Staff and manager were incredibly rude , was spoken extremely rudely to and told to shut up by the manager, after he had taken our leaflet which entitled us free entry and free shots from us, and mistakenly given it away to other people!!, hoards of greasy old men, and overpriced for what it is. Any of the surrounding clubs and bars in the Leicester square area would be a much better alternative to this cheap awful place.
by jm503 - written on 02/11/10
On Saturday Oct 30, My friend and I went to Tiger Tiger. 2 hours after entering the club, we are called by 2 bouncers to go out the backdoor. We go outside, and the Manager says we are being kicked out because we "stand out". She brought attention to my semi-baggy jumper (which wasn't an issue at the entrance and mind you it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/09 (Very useful, 1910 readings)
I visited Tiger Tiger on the evening of 11th April 2009 as I had tickets for the comedy club held there (Big Night Out). The ticket cost £9.99 booked in advance, and included nightclub entry. Tiger Tiger is a club/restaurant/bar spread over five separate areas, it has a lavish design with low level lighting, funky leather and wood ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/09, updated on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 229 readings)
I went to tiger tiger last night for the first time as part of a night out. We decided to visit it because we had some 50% off vouchers for food and drink between 7 and 11pm. Tiger Tiger is a chain which has a few locations alround the country. We went to the one on Haymarket Road London. It was fairly easy to get to by the tube although ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/09 (Very useful, 104 readings)
I have been here on two occasions and both times I was not impressed as the Tiger Tiger venues are usually above average for a night out! I visited on a Sunday night the first time and the bar was still really lively. Entry was £4 at around 9.30pm. I have also visited on a Saturday night and the bar was extremely busy and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/07 (Very useful, 541 readings)
Tiger Tiger is a restaurant, bar and club chain with locations around the country. I have never used the clubbing facilities or the bar but have visited the restaurant part in London's Haymarket twice now with vastly different experiences. Booking theatre tickets a few years ago, a friend and I came across an offer for a ... Read the complete review
by al - written on 11/07/07
I had lunch at this restaurant a few weeks ago, as part of a meal + theatre booking via lastminute.com. The starter was still half frozen, unfortunately I tried some without realising, requested a new portion, but by the time I got to the theatre, I was sick with food poisoning. I reported the incident, which was investigated, but resulted in....nothing.
by - written on 03/07/06 (Very useful, 3305 readings)
Now that I have left London (my student placement has finished so I am back in Kentish lands), I feel I must dedicate this review to my year's stay in the UK's capital, seeing as it was a regular haunt for my friends and I. Tiger Tiger (TT for the purposes of laziness) is a nightclub and restaurant at Piccadilly Circus, which ... Read the complete review