About Tiger Fork
A color-saturated Shaw dining room is the backdrop for a young crowd that tends to dine late. They come for whimsical cocktails (some spiked with medicinal Chinese herbs), Hong Kong–style street food, and a party-that-never-stops vibe. Cheung fun, springy rice-noodle rolls filled with shrimp and flowering chives, are pop-in-the-mouth addictive. Fried rice poses a dilemma: Salted fish and prawns or chicken and Chinese sausage? Make it easy and order both. Round out the meal with a platter of barbecue meats—crisped pork belly, glossy soy-sauce chicken, and savory roast pork. Moderate.