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The House of Robert Timms (Suntec City Tower 5)

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The House of Robert Timms is an exclusive Australian brand that is establishing its presence in Singapore as a provider of gourmet coffee. This outlet is the serves as quintessential Australian bistro for quest for Australian cuisines that serves only the freshest ingredients along with premium wines and beers.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 63387758
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Pricey Dishes, Affordable cakes

Their dishes, except cakes, are rather pricey. It might be a better idea to go there just for their cakes and drinks. Hence if you are planning to have a dinner there, please be prepared to spend. =)

RT Chocolate Mint Frappe
 ($8.00), served with whipped cream and topped with chocolate chips is not as sweet as expected, which is good! It has a minty after taste that keep your mouth cool. RT Hazelnut Caramel Frappe ($8.00), topped with hazelnuts, whipped cream and caramel sauce has a light nutty taste which does not appears to be obvious Hazelnut taste.

Never tried the meat of a Kangeroo before, someone suggested to us to try their exotic meat. Instead ordering the Steak (250g-280g), we ordered Stout Braised Kangeroo Loin ($30.00) that was served with carrot, zuchinni, marshed potato and crispy puff pastry. The big chunks of meat is pretty tough and in fact, it tasted a bit like beef. The sauce is not too bad but has a slightly stout-bitter aftertaste.

I may return again but more for their delicious looking cakes and drinks.

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Their dishes, except cakes, are rather pricey. It might be a better idea to go there just for their cakes and drinks. Hence if you are planning to have a dinner there, please be prepared to spend. =)

RT Chocolate Mint Frappe
 ($8.00), served with whipped cream and topped with chocolate chips is not as sweet as expected, which is good! It has a minty after taste that keep your mouth cool. RT Hazelnut Caramel Frappe ($8.00), topped with hazelnuts, whipped cream and caramel sauce has a light nutty taste which does not appears to be obvious Hazelnut taste.

Never tried the meat of a Kangeroo before, someone suggested to us to try their exotic meat. Instead ordering the Steak (250g-280g), we ordered Stout Braised Kangeroo Loin ($30.00) that was served with carrot, zuchinni, marshed potato and crispy puff pastry. The big chunks of meat is pretty tough and in fact, it tasted a bit like beef. The sauce is not too bad but has a slightly stout-bitter aftertaste.

I may return again but more for their delicious looking cakes and drinks.

Read more at Critic's Critic
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Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service

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