Vue cinema tickets and dinner in the West End - just £12.95 per person !
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Vue cinema tickets and dinner in the West End - just £12.95 per person !

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Found 14th Feb 2007
Get Dinner at Tiger Tiger and Standby VUE cinema vouchers for only £12.95 per person when you book through Lastminute.com!

Available from 15 Feb 2007 to 28 Feb 2007

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Original Poster Editor

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[SIZE=2]From happy hour to late night dining or dancing, the huge Tiger … [SIZE=2]From happy hour to late night dining or dancing, the huge Tiger Tiger offers five different zones each with a different vibe and atmosphere to keep you going all night. Classic cuisine with a modern twist is what the restaurant does best, and its central location usually ensures a busy venue brimmed with atmosphere.[/SIZE]

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Ticket price & availability
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[*]Monday - Thursday evenings
[*]Package Price £12.95 per person
[*]Dinner at 17.30, cinema anytime after meal subject to availability:
[*]All seats are subject to availability on the night, and there can be no advance bookings
[*]There are no guarantees that the film you wish to see is available, although if you get your tickets before the meal generally you should get to see the desired film
[*]Offer is only available on the day of your booking[/LIST]Ticket delivery [LIST]
[*]Please remember to bring along a copy of your confirmation email with you - this will act as your ticket and therefore you will need it to gain admission. Please also bring the credit card you made the booking with for ID.[/LIST]Event information [LIST]
[*]Age restrictions will be in accordance with BBFC regulations of film certificates.
[*]Please note: Only 21 years and over will be admitted in the restaurant
[*]No dress code.[/LIST]Venue information
Tiger Tiger, 29 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4SP
Vue Cinema West End, 3 Cranbourn Street, Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7AL
Underground: Leicester Square.

Lastminute.com site says "Unfortunately, no guarantees can be given over which films are available on the night.". Does it mean you might not get to see any film?.

No, it means you might not get to watch the film you want to watch.

Thanks Cat

This isnt tooooo bad I guess but I hate all these restrictions on any offer. Just make it normal, next theyll be saying just coz you getting your meal for £4 less than everyone else, that you should be eating the meal in the lavatory.

What's the menu like at Tiger Tiger? It says there is a pre-cinema menu. Any idea what that includes?

Normally pre-cinema (or pre-theatre) menus have three options for each course and you pick two of three courses. All options are towards the cheaper end of the standard menu. Drinks are extra. There is normally always a veggie option.
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