A family run restaurant specialising in the fusion of Indian and Bangladeshi dishes cooked authentically or with a Blue Tiger twist.
They specialise in delicious fusion dishes, full of flavour; combining tastes from Indian, Bangladeshi and Persian cuisine. Their menu has been designed to bring together all the best from these dishes, and make something completely unique.
There are gluten free, halal, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
Take a look around
The grill section is a really meaty selection of dishes covered in special sauces, coriander and onions.
Lots of paneer, chick peas, lentils potatoes and spinach are the foundation of the vegetarian section of the menu.
Try the Thali night on a Wednesday, which is great way to sample three of their different curries.
It’s a BYOB restaurant – bring your own booze. And there’s no corkage fees! And for those not wanting alcohol the restaurant comes with a well stocked fridge of soft drinks
The Blue Tiger can be found just off the Leeds and Bradford road in a residential area of Bramley near Bramley Falls Woods, well out of sight of your footfall in the high street – a recipe for a hidden gem. And once inside settle into the relaxing and homely environment ready to enjoy some amazing food.
In 2019 the Blue Tiger Restaurant was shortlisted in the Yorkshire Evening Posts ‘top 10 curry houses.’
Where to Park
Use the free residential car parking spaces outside and around the corner from the Blue Tiger.
- Park for free outside on Ganners Hill, postcode: LS13 2NZ (Google Map Directions)
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
Bus routes 49 and 91 stop on the Leeds and Bradford road around the corner from the restaurant.
A short train ride from Leeds station to Bramley station will leave you a 30-minute walk to Blue Tiger.
The restaurant is fully accessible by wheelchair and pushchair with no step access.
What To Do Next
Head south towards the high street and finish your night with a few drinks at the Old Unicorn, aka Bramley’s very own Spoons.