Forget about Tiger Woods shenanigans for a second, and let's talk about a Tiger without any infidelities. Just before I left Los Angeles for my holiday vacay I checked out new restaurant Tiger on North Canon Drive, the Japanese kitchen in Beverly Hills, a few bocks away from Thomas Keller's Bouchon Bistro.
Tiger's location has had many past incarnations. Happy to say, none of the past remains. Tiger now has a sleek, minimalist design with a focus on top quality food and eager to please servers.
The walls and ceilings of the chic, outdoor patio are lined with long, horizontal pieces of wood, reminding me a little bit of the inside of a very large sauna, just chic and with tables. Heaters are carefully built into the ceiling, and controlled to take the chill off Beverly Hills' nippy nights, and just right for drinking chilled sake with fab sushi combos.
Steve Tisch, owner of the Giants, also enjoyed patio dining that evening. No, not with me. I'm not sure who he was dining with. Next time I'll endeavor to snap a photo for you.
No flash yields crappy photos. Oh well, at least there are a few of them.
Loved the hip Diet Coke bottles. Same great taste, just a little more stylish for the holidays.
Click on the menu to zoom. Definitely worthy of a returning in 2010 with Win.
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338 North Canon Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210