Tiger Bite

(5 Reviews)
2550 E Kenosha St, Broken Arrow, OK 74014, USA

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Category: Restaurant,
Address: 2550 E Kenosha St, Broken Arrow, OK 74014, USA
Zip code: 74014
Website: https://tiger-bite-100337.square.site/
Opening hours (Edit)
Monday:11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Tuesday:11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Wednesday:11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Thursday:11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday:11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday:12:00 – 9:00 PM

Customer Ratings and Reviews

  • deborah viuf on Google

    (February 20, 2024, 1:53 pm)

    Cute space with order-at-the-counter service. Nice menu selection - nice staff - clean. Pineapple fried was excellent with large shrimp, large chunks of pineapple and cashews! Be careful of the spice rating … I picked mild, but it was pretty spicy. Everything is cooked to order, so expect to wait a bit. DEFINITELY try their dessert croissants - scrumptious!

  • Rylund Lewis on Google

    (February 19, 2024, 2:50 pm)

    Stopped in on a Saturday around 12:45 pm. Unlike other Tulsa Thai restaurants I've been to, this restaurant is an 'order and pay' first style. I was a bit bummed that the menu didnt have hot tea.
    The interior is white, clean, and a bit sparatan. Kitchen is humming and while I eat inside, a take-out order or two happen.

    While I ordered to eat-in, my order is placed at my table in to-go clamshells, a set of plastic flatware, and a styrofoam plate.
    Crispy Tofu appetizer was delicious, the tofu were crispy and cooked perfectly, the peanut dipping sauce was sweetened and had a strong peanut flavor.
    Massaman Curry (xxhot) was a bit thinner than I prefer, however was loaded with onion and potato slices; where were the finishing peanuts? Flavor was spot-on and the spice was lovely.

    Eating curry with a plastic spoon in a clamshell was not ideal; I think this restaurant could go a long way in investing in silverware and plates/bowls.

  • Tou Yang on Google

    (January 5, 2024, 1:56 am)

    The vibe of this place is pretty hip. Nice and clean with a TV that plays kpop music videos non-stop.

    The employees were nice and greeted everyone.

    The food, price, and presentation is where I had to give it some gripe.

    We got the special combination fried rice, pad Thai, and imitation crab cream cheese wonton.

    We had to ask for water cup as they don't have any for people to freely grab. Not that big of a deal, but one would expect a place that would seemingly be mostly self serve to have cups and a water jug sitting out by the tables.

    The food came out in Styrofoam containers. Yeah I get it, saves people time to not have to ask for Togo boxes if they don't finish their food, but for the price tag of the food. I was just expecting a bit better presentation.

    Lastly, the food itself wasn't bad, but it wasn't exactly good either. I know everything is going up in price and so I get the pricing, but for nearly 19 Dollars for fried rice, I wasn't expecting almost a soup. The pad Thai was drenched in sauce and again, almost just a soup. The wonton that we got I felt were mostly cream cheese and a hint of imitation crab. Honestly, might as well have not put the imitation crab in there because the amount was so little, it made no difference.

    Overall, spendy meal that tasted okay. 3/5

  • Andrew Carlisle on Google

    (December 28, 2023, 12:24 am)

    I found Tiger Bite while looking for Thai options in the area. Customer service was very friendly, engaging, and helpful. I got the chicken pad Thai that had great flavors, and the aroma of the ingredients hit me right when I opened the container. I also got the butter finger croffle which surprised me. It had great flavors and texture that left me wanting more. The Thai tea was exactly how I like it and was very tempting to make it last through dinner without finishing it in a few gulps. I'm not from the area but whenever I come back to Oklahoma I will absolutely be back.

  • Alex Andrews on Google

    (December 20, 2023, 2:26 am)

    Crab cheese nachos are my new favorite nachos, but the pineapple fried rice with extra spicy was the highlight, and the pad Thai was great, too!

    Their extra spicy has the great slow burn that comes naturally from real peppers. so it's more of a snake bite than a tiger bite, but that's a good thing. There's an initial zing, and then the fire builds over time. It pairs very well with the sweet pineapple and cashew pieces. I can't recommend it enough!

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