This is one of the restaurants that I would like to patronise coz it was recommended by our very own HDB tai tais on 16 August 2007.
The menu boasts value meals at $5 which include spaghetti bolognese, grilled fish, fish and chips, chicken chop and standard western food fare.
Appetisers include seafood such scallops, oysters and fried calamari rings (served with a sweet chili dip), salads and other finger food. Expect a whole smogasbord of western cuisine – lobster with chicken/fish, pork chop and steak.
Being a Nepalese restaurant at the same time, Tim’s offers some Nepalese dishes, such as momo (a meat dumpling), samosa and chicken pakora.
Don’t let the coffeeshop location fool you – they have a wine collection if you’re in the mood for merry-making. Add $2.80 to your main course and enjoy the soup of the day (Sat is gumbo!) dessert and coffee/tea. every customer is served a piece of garlic bread as well.