Timbre @ The Arts House offers a good range of drinks as well as live acoustic music. The bar has a peaceful ambiance which allows one to relax away from the busy city. On the menu are pizzas, pastas and tapas.
Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 01:00
Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 02:00
$37 based on 37 submissions
Live Band (23 votes), Chillout (17 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (14 votes)
I've been to Timbre@The Arts House twice and enjoyed myself immensely on both occasions. The two groups (53A and The Goodfellas) whose performances I was there for really livened up the atmosphere and I really appreciate the concept of Timbre being a seedbed for budding musicians as well as Timbre's role in bringing these local musicians into the foreground.
On both occasions, I had the duck pizza and the buffalo wings. The duck pizza with hoisin sauce, though flavourful at first, tends to be more on the salty side and can get a bit filling after a while (especially after it has turned cold). The buffalo wings, while crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, tend to be a little dry. Perhaps, due to my personal preference, I'd like it better if more sauce were drizzled onto it. Nevertheless, the pizza, buffalo wings and other items make for a reasonable meal. Coupled with the lively tunes, a night at Timbre makes it a great destination for dinner with friends or loved ones.
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