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Tiger Tiger Cardiff
1 The Friary, Greyfriars Road, Adamsdown
Tiger Tiger Cardiff is the place to go for party lovers in the Welsh capital. A huge temple for party in The Friary off Greyfriars Road, with six party spaces and a fully-kitted out restaurant to match, Cardiff’s party animals can delve into this one-stop mecca of decadence. Tiger Tiger is a wild, hedonistic night out waiting to happen. But, but, but, Tiger Tiger Cardiff also has a softer side. The Tiger Grill serves lunch and dinner with portions to fill the hungriest of tiger bellies. Hit Tiger Tiger Cardiff during the weekend and you’ll find a jungle of VITs (Very Important tigers, don’t you know) raring to let out their party animal.
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Well what can I say- just great food and service, will be coming back here next time I’m in town! . Z z z z
Good meal we all enjoyed it. helpful staff with information on menu. A bit cold in the place but it is cold out! Maybe turn the heat up a bit.
Good atmosphere in TigerTiger, which was busy with people all heading to see Coldplay. We had a great table, service was good ( especially from Ellen). Excellent food and drinks and very good value.
Cardiff’s hip young things know that sometimes what you need is a blow-out of a night – big tunes, big places, big crowds, and Tiger Tiger in The Friary, Cardiff delivers on all counts. Tiger Tiger is the kind of all-in-one party destination that appeals to all. Get yourself down to The Tiger Grill for dinner and fill up on a pulled pork taco or a smoky chilli hot dog, grab a drink and imbibe the party atmosphere. Once the VITs have been fed, there’s a veritable feast still to enjoy. Head over to the Jewel Bar for a sumptuous space to enjoy a cocktail, or maybe to the Blanca Bar for its fashionable, minimalist chic. Tiger Tiger Cardiff gets pretty packed over the weekend, so girls in tottering heels should probably make use of the club’s committed party planners and book a booth ahead of time, lest they be stuck with aching feet.
VITs with an enviable roar (or those who just think they do) should check out. Tiger Tiger’s famous Lucky Voice karaoke pods – a completely perfect start to a hen night or birthday party. As the Tiger Tiger’s party planners can tell you, these little beauties book out quickly over the weekend, so book your private karaoke booth in advance, and enjoy the, vitally important, private karaoke session, with drinks brought right to your booth. Finished singing? Head over to Hawaii and settle into Kanaloa, Tiger Tiger’s tribute to tiki bars in The Friary. Or else, head over to the superclub experience, Tiger Tiger’s huge dance floor, and lose yourself in the music. If you’re more of a disco dancer than a raver, Tiger Tiger on Greyfriars Road has got your covered. In the Groovy Wonderland, replete with light-up 70s dancefloor, VITs are invited to pull some shapes, while dodging wait staff on skates, of course. Wild things are invited to join the fun and explore the party at Tiger Tiger Cardiff. Welcome to the jungle.