The Blind Tiger is a deep crimson 1920s style space, seating 80, with good-looking and good-tasting food and cocktails to match.
The cuisine focus is described to be Californian, which is a mash-up of Asian, Mexican and American tastes, eaten in the lots-of-little-plates way or on big dinner plates. Swap and share a black bean and onion quesadilla with tomato and sour cream, plus a New Orleans style brie baguette with caramelised onions and apples, plus Korean chicken wings with honey-and-lime sriracha, plus a shrimp and green bean tempura with gingery dipping sauce. For dessert just try that Californian flourless chocolate cake before you say a word.
Dip into the 1920s style Giggle Waters like the Great Gatsby’s Inverroche gin, elderflower cordial and sour mix, topped with tonic and a cutesy maraschino cherry. There are also cocktails in 20's glasses like Sidecars and Manhattans and a selection of those late-clubby drinks like the WooWoo of vodka, Archers and cranberry. The Bloody Mary is already a legend and could well feature on the Brunch menu, soon to be launched too.