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Tims Restaurant & Cafe

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Address: #01-52, 95 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh, 310095
Tims Restaurant & Cafe is located on Lorong 4 Toa Payoh and specialises in Western cuisine.

11.30am - 10.30pm, Mon - Sun: 11:30 am - 10:30 pm

+65 62505246
$17 based on 83 submissions
Dinner (40 votes), Lunch (32 votes), Children/Family (28 votes)

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Decent place

This is a nice little setting located in the regular neighbourhood at Toa Payoh area serving western food. From steaks to chicken, to pork, to fish and pastas and pizzas, there is a sufficently wide range of selections and choices for you to satisfy your tastebuds.  Food that I will recommend from here would be their combo meals which is probably a few bucks cheaper as compared to buying individually. The combo meals would usually be a selection of 2 different meats (Like a beef with chicken, or a fish with sausage, etc) topped with baked potato. You can add extra cash to make it into a meal by adding a dessert and a coffee or tea. They do serve pretty good appetisers like cheese scallops and once in a while, I will order half a dozen fresh oysters to start my meal with. For the price, i must say the taste and the portion is decent, The pretty good service from the staff also makes this place a good budget place to visit for a weekend chillout.

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• 26 Jan 2016 • 203 reviews • 0 follower

Decent place

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This is a nice little setting located in the regular neighbourhood at Toa Payoh area serving western food. From steaks to chicken, to pork, to fish and pastas and pizzas, there is a sufficently wide range of selections and choices for you to satisfy your tastebuds.  Food that I will recommend from here would be their combo meals which is probably a few bucks cheaper as compared to buying individually. The combo meals would usually be a selection of 2 different meats (Like a beef with chicken, or a fish with sausage, etc) topped with baked potato. You can add extra cash to make it into a meal by adding a dessert and a coffee or tea. They do serve pretty good appetisers like cheese scallops and once in a while, I will order half a dozen fresh oysters to start my meal with. For the price, i must say the taste and the portion is decent, The pretty good service from the staff also makes this place a good budget place to visit for a weekend chillout.
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• 03 Aug 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Baked steak

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Disappointed with the steak. Asked for medium rare but it came out well done. 
Wasnt pan seared, was baked. Too chewy and the fats were not well cooked. 

Goiing by the reviews earlier , we were badly surprised. But maybe they are having an off day. Or maybe not.
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• 27 Jun 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

A nice hidden eatery with great food.

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The western items are reasonably priced and portions are decent. They also serve Nepalese food but haven't got the chance to try it out. Free water too!
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