6
1
0
Telephone
6250 5246
Introduction
Operating since 2006, Tims Restaurant & Cafe, situated along Toa Payoh Lorong 4, serves Western and Nepalese food. continue reading
Good For
Kids-Friendly
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Group Gathering
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tims-Restaurant-Cafe/103721303014349
Signature Dishes
Aglio Olio Beef Steak Lamb Shank
Review (7)
Level4 2017-03-20
169 views
The restaurant was located under a rather old block of HDB flats, and offered western and Nepal cuisine. For lunch, it also offered set lunch which consisted of a choice of main, garlic bread, soup of the day, day dessert & coffee, tea or milo.One could also topup $4.50 with any main course to make it a set meal, with  garlic bread, soup of the day, day dessert & coffee, tea or milo.Nepali Lamb Choila ($15.80+)Boneless spring lamb leg grilled to perfection, marinated with pounded chilli, garlic, ginger, and Nepali spices served with pulau rice and radish acharThe soup of the day was cream of mushroom, served with a old school type of garlic toast.The lamb was quite tender without any gamey taste, marinated with spices which reminded me of Indian cuisine. The rice was soft, fluffy, garlicky with pieces of cashew nuts in it.The dessert was a slice of chocolate chip cake which was light fluffy.Finished off with a cup of hot milo. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Everyday have budgeted set lunch, Tim’s was promoting their food in valuable combination during lunch meal even on Saturday and Sunday. Too bad, I missed their lunch hour. Taking my late brunch cum tea break, I satisfied my craving with Western Cuisine here.Service was efficient and friendly, overall was a pleasant environment. There was a paper pasted on wall, boss was seeking customer’s understanding and tolerance while waiting the food to be served. Fish was fluffy crispy and sausage was firmly solid, drizzle of Black Pepper sauce on top. Dressing included Potatoes, Carrots and Beans, they balanced up the flavours overall. Have to admit, the portion was not too huge but considered sufficient. Price stated was nett without any hidden cost, my dinner only $12.80. Pretty affordable, it was not my first time visiting them and would not be my last time too. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Walked past this open-air Coffeeshop restaurant a couple of times and decided to dine here with the family on tow. We ordered: 1) Lamb Shank - I judge by whether the meat has funny smell and the texture of meat. It's beautifully grilled and tender to chew. Only pity there's not enough for me!! They plate 4 pieces on a home-made potato crust and seasonal vegetables. The vegetables were well marinated and sauté too. The potato crust thingie is a little weird for me. No like. But as a whole-SUPER LIKE! 2) Tenderloin - hubby loves meat so he order one steak with pepper sauce. Meat is generally tender so that's great. I asked him to compare to Aston's and he said that Aston's serving seemed to be bigger, taste-wise, about the same. 3) Grilled Chicken and fillet combo - I found the fish fresh and generous in serving. Chicken was ok too. Nothing spectacular but no bad. We only order one set so we had corn and potato soup to start. The soup was home-made and has bits of corn and potato in it. Very nice. Dessert was bread pudding and it was quite good too!!! As we stay in TP, very likely we'll pop by every now and then to try their other dishes. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-04-05
44 views
Was brought here by a friend who said their hot plate dishes were quite good. As the portions looked quite big, didn't quite have a chance to try the other dishesDecided to pamper myself and eat lobster as I normally don't get the chance. I'm not sure how they did it, probably because the lobster had been frozen, the meat was really difficult to take out from the shell and different from the fresh Maine lobsters I had before. It was relatively chewy and I think I sort of gave up on peeling the meat out after a while.The steak pieces had some tendon on the side and the meat kept on getting stuck in my mouth. I'm usually ok and understanding with different grades of beef, but in the end, I was having trouble cutting and chewing.According to my friend who introduced the place, it's the first place this happened. So I'm going to give this place the benefit of the doubt in which that day their quality was not up to the standards they are normally at.Friend's dish came with the sausage. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2012-10-09
29 views
Walked past this open-air Coffeeshop restaurant a couple of times and decided to dine here with the family on tow. We ordered: 1) Lamb Shank (~$19) - I judge by whether the meat has funny smell and the texture of meat. It's beautifully grilled and tender to chew. Only pity there's not enough for me!! They plate 4 pieces on a home-made potato crust and seasonal vegetables. The vegetables were well marinated and sauté too. The potato crust thingie is a little weird for me. No like. But as a whole-SUPER LIKE! 2) Tenderloin (~$17) - hubby loves meat so he order one steak with pepper sauce. Meat is generally tender so that's great. I asked him to compare to Aston's and he said that Aston's serving seemed to be bigger, taste-wise, about the same. 3) Grilled Chicken and fillet combo (~$18) - I found the fish fresh and generous in serving. Chicken was ok too. Nothing spectacular but no bad. We only order one set so we had corn and potato soup to start. The soup was home-made and has bits of corn and potato in it. Very nice. Dessert was bread pudding and it was quite good too!!! As we stay in TP, very likely we'll pop by every now and then to try their other dishes. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)