Tiger Cave

Tiger Cave

Shop 213, Harbour Plaza, 25-29 Dixon Street, Chinatown, Haymarket, Australia

🛍 Chicken, Fish, Steak, Soup, Thai

3.5 💬28 Bewertungen

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Identify the magic of Tiger Cave at Shop 213, Harbour Plaza, 25-29 Dixon Street, Chinatown, Haymarket, Australia. This renowned cafe enthralls patrons with an impressive menu designed to delight. A coveted rating of 3.5 and an army of satisfied patrons reflected in 19 reviews – we are not just a restaurant, but a landmark of great taste and exceptional dining. Join us and partake in this unique gastronomic adventure.


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Gregorio Hyatt PhD
Gregorio Hyatt PhD

Tiger Cave is one of the many great value eateries in the cavernous Eating World food court on Dixon Street. For about $10 you get a good meal that costs about half what a dish in a nearby restaurant would set you back. I ordered the tamarind fried chicken, which was great - not greasy - covered in cashew nuts and a delicious tamarind sauce. Furthermore the crumb mix was really tasty, flaky and much better than some of the fried chicken I've had recently at Korean fried chicken joints. It was served with boiled rice and a bowl of soup. For a student that's a full meal, although anyone who likes soup might take exception to this slightly flavoured bowl of hot water being described thus. We also had some salt & pepper calamari - which again was good and not greasy. Plenty of other great dishes on the menu to explore. Tiger Cave calls itself Thai fusion, but it serves all sorts of food including plates of chips and wedges.

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Reviews

Kenyon Pfannerstill
Kenyon Pfannerstill

Hidden in a food court, which gives new meaning to the term no ruffles, Tiger Cave offers a Thai fusion menu. My fried barramundi with cashew nuts was a huge portion with delicious spicy sauce and free soup. At $ 11 this was a winner.


Araceli Pollich
Araceli Pollich

Seriously one of the best green curries I have ever eaten in my entire life! at $8.50 don't be surprised if i'm at this beat-up, busy, hole in the ground


Houston Mayer
Houston Mayer

Food in this little join not bad at all, Mostly flavour of Thailand, however they do have steaks, Schnitzel, and calamari rings also. Can't doubt the


Miss Michelle Strosin
Miss Michelle Strosin

Ate here 3 times out of the 5 days we were in townThis place is amazingProbably the best Thai place we have ever been to.


Daisha Kerluke
Daisha Kerluke

I was overwhelming from the part of the food, where can they get a whole fish for 10 dollars. what a worth! the fish is a little bone, but that's okay, it's great with the black sauce. the fish also tastes fresh, it comes with rice and a small suppe. all meals come with rice and suppe in this supplier.


Dr. Esta Moen V
Dr. Esta Moen V

great place for lunch. cheap and good portions. try the garlic pepper chicken or the basil chicken. never can go wrong with what they serve.


Dino Metz
Dino Metz

I'm not back. I have the soy sauce chicken and rice. the hen tasted as if it were out of the portions are huge, so that the meals seem to be great. but the tried-out chicken wasn't nice. I thought maybe it could be that I imagined, but I came back to the office and felt sick at the rest of the day my friend got hainese chicken rice. his tear looked pretty decent. another friend has a touching court. it looked oily.

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Haymarket

Haymarket

Categories

  • Chicken
  • Fish
  • Steak
  • Soup
  • Thai
  • Noodles
  • Fusion
  • Australian
  • Food

Amenities

  • Home Delivery
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Takeaway

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