TYGR looks debonair in the elegant Palladium Mall (Lower Parel) and is an adobe for Thai cuisines & American food. The word TYGR denotes “roar of a tiger” and manifest an all-day-dining restaurant. The semicircle bar lit up in hue of golden is captivating and inevitable with a large display of drinks. As you move in the palatial realm, there are different forms of tiger prints across the walls with Goldfish motifs for prosperity and good luck. Rattan chairs, Thai bamboo sticks, and Japanese chandelier best describe the physical appearance of TYGR.
TYGR is quite for lunches in the afternoon, fun for drinks in the evening, and by night it turns into a full night club for special gatherings and parties. Everything inside the lounge-like setting is to relieve your stress and reinvigorate into a new start.
While Thai cuisines dominate the menu, TYGR also offers American grills and Japanese cuisines too. The mouth-watering and flavoursome dishes are worth every bite. The Parched Chicken Miang Kham is full of fresh ingredients and fun to eat with Michigan plums and raw mango. Ika Rings (deep-fried squids) is crisp and topped with flamed coconut & yam dressing. The Fennel Tiger Prawns taste juicy and meaty with tender prawns doing the magic. Roti Canai, one of the staff’s recommendations, is dressed up in avocado and multiple curried pepper mayo. For mains, there is Wok Tossed Chicken rice with fried chillies and cashew accompanied with Tofu curry truncated with soft roasted peanuts.
Triple-Layered Semi Fredo with Katafi & Gritty Milk dessert is dense and mouthful. It will just be a great ending to your meal journey.
TYGR recreates a food scene that is simple and uncomplicated. With Thai and American cuisines circling the tables, this place is bound to please one and all. So be it lunch or party, there is something for everyone.