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Tiger Tiger

Bars and pubs Leicester Square
3 out of 5 stars
(11user reviews)

Time Out says

One of the best known nightspots in central London, Tiger Tiger Haymarket is spread across a restaurant, three bars, a lounge and a main club area complete with retro LED flashing dancefloor. Happy hours keep the cocktail prices reasonable and music is a mix of R&B, dance, pop and funky house courtesy of the daily resident DJs.



Address: Haymarket House, 28-29
Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus
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3 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

2.5 / 5

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Tiger Tiger advertises its Luxe Bar as a VIP experience. But don’t be fooled. Just knowing it’s part of Tiger Tiger (which I did not remembered from my student days with fondness) did not promise a lot. If a Christmas party for 160 people around a bar without any proper dance floor and with merely 10 tables they call a lux, I’m a Kim Kardashian. Not. The music was awful and with no separation between the lounge and the ‘dance floor’ there was no way to have a conversation. They served some food, but it was too dark to see what and when I asked one of the waitresses what she was carrying, she replied she didn’t speak English. Not a single person from bar staff cracked a smile throughout the whole night. It was just dreadful.

I’ve been going to tiger tiger for years, and although I’ve always had a really good time it has changed a lot over the years. I have to say though that it has gotten soooo much better in the last few months! They now have this big celebration at midnight where the staff dance on the bar top and they have big smoke guns and the confetti drops from the ceiling, it makes such a great vibe and I love it!! The staff are always lovely and look after us so well, it’s the only place I think to go for a good time in London!

Bouncers are unfriendly. The bouncer, this old black guy, I found was a bit homophobic. Saying to us repeatedly in disgust. "You are two guys.. Two guys.. TWO GUYS.." As if we were queuing to get into a church? Don't waste your time if you are two guys or a group of guys. I used to love this place. I am a bit disappointed as it is 2018 and you get this kind of 'selective' approach. I will definitely heading for trendy places like Shoreditch where bouncers have modern attitudes towards people. 


Well it's ok. It took a couple of drinks for it to start being enjoyable. Drinks are cheap but so is the venue. Ok for a cheap night out.

great club for younger people! Its loud, and funky but very touristy as well! If you are 18-25 its your kinda place! 


Looking for somewhere to eat on Saturday afternoon in the west end can be a task but we passed Tiger Tiger and noticed it was quite empty, the food seemed reasonably priced and we were starving so headed in. We were seated and it seemed to take ages for our order to be taken even though there were not a lot of people. We noticed somebody using a tastecard and asked the waitress if we could use ours, she said that unfortunately we already placed our order so it was too late as we can only choose certain food.

The food arrived and looked nice although the burger was a bit dry and the size of the steak was disappointing for £18. The décor was nice and looked like a decent restaurant but once they plonked the vinegar and ketchup on the table it just felt like you were down the local pub.


Perfect for tourists and out-of-towners that don't know any better and want a night out in the West End. Bad club music, played very very loudly, sticky cocktail menus, sticky dance floor... I won't go on, or I may offend those that love this place. Tiger Tiger has it's purpose, and judging by the queues outside every weekend, it's certainly appealing to a lot of people. Just not me.


Horrible pop-dance music, without enough variety across the various floors. Good location, though, and the restaurant level is convenient if you're with a group that has mixed contingents of dancers and eaters.


Excellent position in Central London (about five minutes walk from both Piccadilly Circus & Leicester Square Station) and a LOT of space are the main perks of this club. It's really good if you're in a big group of friends, however it's not my favourite place to go on a night out. Drinks are really expensive (one small bottle of Stella was £5,50, a rip-off) and music is quite cheesy, just commercial pop/dance hits and sooo much reggaeton.

The crows is usually quite yound (Id' say 22-26 years old mostly) and it looks like a very fun place for students, I've been there about four times and looks like there's always a lot of students who are in London for a short time to learn English.

Good on free nights, but I would't pay the usual £15 to get in during the weekends.

Tiger Tiger is amazing, they put nice music and make good cocktails. To be in the centre it is not too expensive (usually about 5-10 £ on normal nights) and it's perfect if you are a group of friends. I like it because is always full of people, even during weekdays, and is very easy to make new friends. It's super popular for young people (20-25). I always have a good time when I go there! 


I have been to this club several times, and the nights have been average most times. The best nights were those that club was hosting some sort of special event such as freshers, or I arrived with a large group of friends. Besides that the nights have been pretty mediocre, the crowd isn't always nice, the drinks are expensive (of course, being central London and all), and the music is good, but not great, I would recommend this club, if you're planning a night out with a large group as the different rooms and DJs do make it for an interesting time.

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