Choose from Three Options
$24 for a prix fixe lunch for two ($46 value)
- Two entrees (up to $19 value each)
- Two nonalcoholic drinks (up to $4 value each)
$36 for a prix fixe dinner for two ($91 value)
- One appetizer (up to $12 value)
- Two entrees (up to $22 value each)
- One dessert (up to $5 value)
- One bottle of wine (up to $30 value)
$44 for a Chef’s Special Meat Lovers’ dinner for two ($86 value)
- One appetizer
- Two entrees, including cornish chicken or lamb shank
- One side
- One dessert
- One bottle of wine
See the menu.
Bengal Tiger Cuisine of India
In 1997, Chef Muhammad Uddin took over a failing Indian eatery with dreams of turning it into something more. After closing to remodel the dining room and overhaul the menu, he threw open the doors of the new restaurant, which he renamed Bengal Tiger Cuisine of India. By 2009, it had grown such a large following that Chef Uddin moved to a bigger location with ample seating, a full bar, and space for servers to practice their plate-spinning acts on breaks.
Though the warm-colored decor and friendly service are a draw, the real key to Bengal Tiger's appeal is the food. Chef Uddin and his team rely on fresh spices and lean-cut meats to flavor recipes from across India—from the madras curry inspired by the city of Chennai to the vindaloo dish that originated in Goa. Though Bengal Tiger's menu is à la carte, servers spread out a smorgasbord of entrees during the Chef’s Special dinner buffet, which, like games in the world's least active football league, occurs on the last Sunday of every month.