2 Lower Briggate, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS1 4AE
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The entry fees are an absolute robbery for what you get. Plus all the guys and girls look like Topshop/Topman clones and are drunk as hell wannabe socialites. It's a sad sight. It's really chavtastic like most of the clubs on this street.
Just another souless meat market in Leeds city centre. Avoid. Avoid. Avoid.
I just thought I'd take time out to big up Tiger Tiger. I booked the restaurant for my birthday and all my snobby friends were complaining about my choice. Well they ate their words, as well as all the food that was put in front of them. I think Tiger Tiger takes a bit of stick but the service in the restaurant was brill, food was good and the bill was even better; everything was half price!
One of my favourite pubs in Leeds, I have always had a good experience in there and this was one of the pubs I chose to spend my 33rd birthday in and I was no disapointed.
It is a nice pub, nice decor, the staff are dressed smartly and the service was very good. There are a couple of screens, so I can keep up to date with the current sporting events.
The only downside, is that the pub isn't well lit and can look a bit dark and I find it a little bit offputting.
Overall, it's worth a visit if I'm in the city!
This is an odd club to me. It looks good on paper and when it's empty the decor and setup are trendy and well thought out. But for some reason only a certain type of clientelle seem to be attracted to it, over 40 and a little bit desperate or 'interested'.
My friends and I have been in here a couple of times in the past, always willing to give it a go and we have had a good time, we found some cheesey pop to boogy too and had some fun but were continually bothered by older blokes that were trying it on.
Another time my friend hired the back room area with the morrocan feel to it, we had a little buffet supper and plenty of cocktails...all lovely. The staff were great and we all really enjoyed the chill out factor to this part of the bar, as well as the VIP feel to the 'private party' notice!
It's quite a big venue too, with more than one bar, and a few dancefloors catering to different musical genres.
There's a bit for everyone here, if you get left alone enough to enjoy it!
I've never seen so many hen parties under one roof. This place had slow service and terrible food. We waited over 30 mins for our starter and when the main course came mine was still partly frozen in the middle (I ordered the lamb shank). They offered me a new main course but by the time my meal came the rest of my friends had finish eating and I had lost my appetite. If you're looking for good service and great food avoid Tiger Tiger in the leeds city centre. This place was a rip-off.
NB this is not on Albion St in Morley, it is on Albion St in the city centre
I’ve never been here in the evening, but I really like coming for lunch. The lunchtime menu is cheap, and the food is really good. The drinks can be pricey depending on what you order, but there’s a huge selection.
The toilets are the best thing ever - they’re shaped like a tiger paw!
Tiger Tiger serves cheap food tasty but the drinks are fairly expensive. Tiger Tiger is good for an early evening drink with a bit of music and some atmosphere but the price are quite expensive. It doesn’t get too busy early on too which is quite nice. There quite a few of good quality drinks which is probably why it is a bit expensive. The food at Tiger Tiger is really good and is brilliant value if there is an offer on at the time (usually you’ll need a voucher and is likely to be either 50% off or 2 for 1). The attention to detail to the food is cool too, e.g. the fish and chips is wrapped in newspaper.
Not a bad place to start your night off but can be quite expensive. Funky music and a nice bar layout to put you in the right mood for a cracking night out. Just over the road from Oceana which is a pretty good club to follow it up with.
Tiger Tiger are always advertising cheap food through the day time (such as food and a drink for around £3.50 on dinner times). I’ve not had chance to try it yet but it seems like a good deal to me.
Great place to meet for drinks as a pre night out. Or a great place to stay for drinks for a night out. Full of trandy people woth out being to far from the normal people of this owrld. A little expensive but worth the money for the atmosphere. A few of the staff were a little rude, but all in all friendly.
Try the raspberry vodka and lemonade. You’ll be hooked!
A staple for any work night out, simply because it’s big enough to fit everyone in, has a happy hour, and is dead easy to find. The food isn’t bad either, with themed sharing platters for under a tenner. The drinks are pretty hefty price-wise, and the service at the bar is on the poor side. But they give you your change in a little silver saucer, and that means you’re super important. Oh yes.
On the whole, a good place if you want to hire a room out, but not really if you’re on a date or want to impress someone.
Poncey, pretentious, loud, busy, expensive - I LOVE IT! Right where the action is and great for a pub crawl, this bar won’t let you down. Take lots of money, or a moneyed friend to ensure you don’t have to cut it short.
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