There is always an energy at Tigers Milk in Long Street, a perpetually pumping environment that provides entertainment through the upbeat music, the wait staff and the off-the-wall decor. An expansive menu, that covers many staples as well as signature dishes, leaves little to be desired. Try all their burgers, seriously, keep going back until you have had each one, they are that good, this is man food at it’s finest. Also amazing is their acorn fed pork, seasoned with Asian spices, hoisin, red peppers and spring & red onions. Finish off with a Jack Daniels-spiked chocolate mousse with vanilla ice cream, it’s sublime. The pace is fast, the venue is buzzing and the food is a treat, enjoy.
Smooth Jazz, Soul and Blues, a hint of bohemian flair, a taste of the old and some of the new, wrapped in a fantastic experience and accompanied by great food. Sound good? Oh it certainly does, and sound is a key word here. Whether you are sitting in the bar room with the fireplace, in the cosy dining room watching the musos or up on the balcony, enjoying the Waterkant views, the music is everywhere, and it’s wonderful. The entire venue is kitted out with a state of the art Rotel sound system and a wildly talented roster of artists (http://thepianobar.co.za/musicians/). The menu and cocktail list is seasonal, so there is always something new to nibble on, something exotic to indulge in (their vegetarian burger is delicious). The area has been a focus of city gentrification and its’ cobbled streets and artisan eateries exude an old world/new world feel.