Photo: Tiger Lily Kitchen
Restaurant Week takes on a deeper significance this year with restaurants fighting to survive during the pandemic. Its first ever to-go version taking place January 25-31 (with an optional extension until Feb. 7) gives diners an opportunity to continue to support and discover more of our city’s restaurants.
The recently opened Tiger Lily Kitchen, which delivers in Manhattan, will offer a two-course $20.21 lunch and dinner special from Jan. 25 – Feb 7, highlighting the restaurant’s signature health-conscious Asian dishes, all of which are gluten free and many vegan friendly.
Three appetizer options include Vegetable Summer Rolls with cabbage, pickled carrots and daikon, cucumbers, mint; Japanese Kabocha Squash Soup with curry and kaffir lime or Tofu Bites with chili spiced garlic chips, sesame seeds, scallions, tamari; while mains feature Lemongrass Roast Chicken with charred bok choy and wild rice; Grilled Koji Marinated Salmon with wild rice, shiitake mushrooms and carrots; or vegetarian Coconut Curry with Tofu. (The regular menu will also be available for delivery or takeout.)
Tiger Lily Kitchen is open Monday – Saturday 11:30am–9pm; Sunday 11:30am—6pm.