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3-Course Set Lunches start from $14.95, where diners can choose from a wide variety of mains from pasta to pizza, salads to meats, and sandwiches to burgers, valid for dine-in only from Monday to Friday, 11.30am till 3pm.
Each Set Lunch comes with ‘Soup of the Day’, Choice of Main Course, and Coffee, Tea, or Fountain Drink.
Set Lunches are categorised into three groups: Platinum ($19.95), Gold ($16.95)
and Classic ($14.95)
Toby’s Most Famous Chicken Stew comes highly recommended. Take your first whiff and your first bite, and you will instantly grasp how this dish got its name.
It comes with potatoes, mushrooms, onions that are cooked till ethereally soft, carrots and succulent chicken, steeped in an intensely flavourful tomato-based sauce. The stew is served with garlic rice alongside, which I found the entire portion of this set lunch more than sufficient.
Pizzas are pretty decent I must say. The crust is thin and crisp, just the way most people (especially those on a low-carb diet) like it.
Although their desserts are highly raved, especially their mudpies, I can only afford to stomach one after all that food.
The Brain Freeze is composed of lemon sorbet, vanilla ice cream, and a base of what seems like cake. The ice crystals speckled throughout the vanilla ice cream was not a pleasant taste sensation, but on a whole this item makes a great palate-cleanser with its refreshing properties.
The Pear-a-dise is a highly recommended drink. It’s essentially an ice-blended drink involving fresh pears –a delightful and refreshing drink.
The dining experience was pleasant on the whole, but there’s definitely room for improvement in matters of food quality. I’ll definitely return to try their desserts.