In Islamabad, Tiger Temple is one of the places where you can go and leave happy because it only serves Chinese food.
Its menu offers a relaxing dining experience and a wide selection of things to eat. Appetizers, noodles, stir-fry dishes, and specialties including khaosai, beef rendang, and more are available on their menu.
Temple Islamabad Address
P3CF+2M2, F 6/1 Blue Area, Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory
Visited after a long time, and it was a highly memorable experience. The decor has changed drastically, and I am not a big fan of the divider in the middle of the restaurant, but the atmosphere is great otherwise. Quality of the food was excellent, and the portion sizes were large. Service was fairly prompt, but they were unable to provide plain noodles for some reason. Overall great experience, and definitely top of my list for visiting again.
My son is a picky eater and he rated the Indonesian nasi goreng 9.5 out of 10, and I can’t agree more. I loved the Burmese crispy noodle with coconut milk and its prawn dumplings. The restaurant offers various signature dishes from South East Asia including Thai and some Chinese food. Good portion for sharing as mentioned in the menu. One of the best restaurants in Islamabad so far.
A nice Thai (so called) restaurant in Islamabad, though you will find all sorts of (Malasian, Indonesian) dishes as well. Taste OK, would have been much better 8f they could find a Thai chef. Service is good, staff is reasonable (would suggest you Thai dishes with a lot of confidence, though I am sure none of them have ever tasted real Thai food).
We were excited to try Thai food at Tiger Temple and it lived up to our expectations. For starters, we tried the Taiwanese Fried Chicken Bao which were served as 4 pieces of fried, crispy goodness with slaw on top. For our main, we ordered the Pad Thai which is good for two to share. It’s very mild but delicious, a great option for kids as well.