Hong Kong-inspired Tiger Fork in Blagden Alley reopened its night market-inspired space for safe dining as part of DC’s Phase 2.
Tiger Fork has taken several unique precautions, above and beyond DC guidelines, including contactless ordering, eco-friendly disposable serve ware, and guaranteed reservations (available Wednesdays through Sundays) to allow for safe capacity management.
Tiger Fork has enacted stringent, secure health and safety procedures in line with, and above and beyond DC guidelines, to ensure an enjoyable and safe dining experience for all:
- Safe Distancing: at least 6 feet between tables, and a maximum of 6 guests per party
- PPE: all staff members will wear masks and gloves during service, and guests are required to wear masks while not eating or drinking
- Enhanced Cleaning Procedures: in addition to continuous cleaning of surfaces with disinfectants, and placement of sanitation stations throughout the building, all team members will adhere to strict, frequent hand washing and hygiene standards
- Contactless Ordering: guests will place orders via Revel, scanning a QR code to order pay contact-free
- Disposable Serve ware: single-use, eco-friendly and compostable bamboo plates and flatware will be provided for all guests Team
- Member Health Checks: temperature checks with contactless thermometers will be recorded for all staff upon arrival and employees are clearly understanding of a stay-at-home policy if they are feeling ill
- Guest Health Declaration: all guests will be required to complete health declaration forms with contact information
- Limited Capacity: capacity will be limited to 36 seats in the dining room, to accommodate for increased safe dining distances and removal of bar seating Tiger Fork will require reservations to start, available via Resy. Tables are available for 2-6 guests per party, with 1.5-hour time limits per reservation.
The contemporary Cantonese eatery will serve many of its Tiger Fork favorites (including its Humble Plate of Chili Wontons, smashed cucumber salad, cold dan dan noodles, and Chinese BBQ plates), plus some new additions including steamed mantou buns, egg noodle shrimp, chili blue crab, and a new iteration of its popular cheung fun.
Beverage-wise, guests can enjoy the restaurant’s unique Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) cocktails made with natural healing herbs and botanicals, plus sake, beer and wine.
Tiger Fork will also continue offering take-out and delivery. Tiger Fork will be open for safe dine-in service starting Wednesday, June 24, and thereafter every Wednesday-Thursday from 4-9 pm, Friday-Saturday from 4-11 pm, and Sunday from 4-9 pm.