I finally visited Tigers Eye Restaurant in Gloucester after hearing lots of good things about their hot stone dishes. Tiger’s Eye is the first Hot Rock Grill restaurant in the city occupying the two floors of The Old Bell, a listed inn dating back to the 17th century. It is on Southgate Street near to St Michael’s Tower. They split the Venue into a bar area and a nice restaurant area with comfy seating.
Tigers Eye Restaurant Menu
They build their menu around the hot rock idea where you get to cook your food to your own taste on hot rocks and served with the side of your choice. You can cook a variety of meats on your hot rocks, including differing beef steak cuts, venison, kangaroo and other exotic meats. They also have vegetarian and seafood options to cook yourself.
Hot Rock Meat and Fish Options
- Angus Sirloin, fillet, rib-eye or rump Steak.
- Venison Haunch Steaks.
- Lamb’s Rump
- Duck Breast
- King Prawn
- Wagyu Sirloin
- Zebra Haunch Steak
- Llama Haunch Steak
Their menu also has a variety of other options, including burgers and other Asian inspired fusion dishes cooked by the chef.
My Visit to Tigers Eye Restaurant in Gloucester
I was a solo diner grabbing a bite while hosting #gloshour and there were plenty of seats available in the tigers eye restaurant on a Wednesday evening. The server was attentive and efficient and willing to make recommendations. The seating was comfortable, and the table presented with cutlery or chopsticks.
I opted for an old favourite, Birra Moretti, to drink with my meal, nice and cold, and arrived quickly. For my meal, I opted for The Venison Steak hot stone dish served with fries and a few sauces for the chips. The meal arrived promptly with the meat sizzling on the hot rock just cooking. I enjoy my meat medium rare and thoroughly enjoyed the experience of cutting off slices as it cooked. This was delicious and perfectly seasoned. I would recommend a visit to anyone that enjoys meat. https://tigerseyerestaurant.co.uk/
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