Timbre+

453 Wishlisted
~$10/pax
timbre+ is many things. It is an upgraded urban food hall. It offers a diversity of restaurant-grade food and casual eats at affordable prices. It is enlivened by multi-dimensional entertainment experiences. But the single focus is making sure you eat well.

73A Ayer Rajah Crescent
JTC LaunchPad @ one-north
Singapore 139957

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Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
06:00am - 12:00am

Tuesday:
06:00am - 12:00am

Wednesday:
06:00am - 12:00am

Thursday:
06:00am - 12:00am

Friday:
06:00am - 01:00am

Saturday:
06:00am - 01:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Super disappointing. Overhyped!
Noodles was oily.
Fishballs tasted just like DODO fishball. Is this even handmade? Not bouncy, no taste of fish.
Fishcake super salty. Cant taste any fish.
Fried fish skin was not handmade. It came from a foil packet.

I literally struggled to eat this so as not to waste my $6.20!

Return me $6.20
Disgusting.

Gubak Bao ($5.90 for 2, $6.90 for 3)
'Pulled beef brisket, Pickled vegetables, Achar (South Asian pickles) purée'

Very flavourful and moist. Packed with incredibly tender beef with juices that was absorbed by the bun, maximising all the flavour from the beef. My only gripe would be that the bun could have been softer and fluffier and perhaps be made more affordable?
Price: 6/10
Taste: 9.5/10 (Must-try)
Overall: 8.5/10

More pictures at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B13tW6yAZ0M/?igshid=yii447jn0n2f
Full review at: https://thankgodjournals.blogspot.com/2019/09/hawker-review-gubak-kia-timbre-one-north.html

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Newly opened at Timbre+! “The Japanese Alley” at unit 22. So happy that they are nearby as we are big fans of Japanese food (they even have a sushi takeaway box). We ordered this spicy tonkotsu ramen (they have shio & miso and we go for miso based broth. The Cha Shu slice is thick and soft with good proportion of fat and pork meat.
Oishii Desu! 😋 We get a queue number and they even suggest we can help ourselves to the hot green tea station! 👌 (this free tea runs until end Aug)

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Beef Short Ribs Kway Teow ($12.90)
- Comes with an onsen egg, 300g of beef short ribs
The flat noodles were soft and was able to have all the sauces (Chili and creamy egg yolk) cling to it. Strong umami notes throughout the dish and very tasty to eat on its own.
Beef literally fell off the bone and had a huge umami flavour as well. Love the seasoning, meat was tender but definitely not as tender as the pork ribs from NSquared BBQ (But that may be because pork ribs are much fattier). While this was not the most tender nor beefy piece of meat I've tried, it was very, very satisfying, with a significant layer of fat beneath the slab of meat (Nearer towards the bone)
All the elements of this dish, from the soup to the noodles and of course the beef were extremely well done but I would have to say that the highlight would be their soup. No idea how long they boiled the soup for or how much beef bones and ingredients went inside this broth but it was slightly pepperish and VERY beefy... essentially what all other beef soups should aspire to be. Definitely not overly saltish and I would say... akin to drinking liquid beef :)

Went over to talk to the owners after the meal and it turns out, the son, John Paul worked under the owner of NSquared BBQ, Nick Olinik, before (At Camp Kilo Charcoal Club) which may explain the inspiration for his unique styles of cooking the beef. Their beef short ribs take about 2-3 days to prepare as well due to the long periods it takes to marinade the short ribs. Highly recommend anybody in the area to try, $12.90 for 300g, $14.90 for 400g. If you have a large appetite, would definitely recommend getting the larger portion with extra noodles (+$1)!

After awhile, I tried asking for a soup refill to which they readily gave me, refilling it in the larger bowl that was used to contain my noodles. Very friendly people that serves up affordable and high quality food!
Price: 9/10
Taste: 9/10
Overall: 9/10 (Definitely a must-try)

More photos at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B0p6zLxAgpF/?igshid=139qg07fkjomr

I love this mala! It has a larger variety of food than other mala places and they even have udon. Love udon with mala but i wouldn’t recommend taking too much udon because it’s very filling as compared to maggi/glass noodles. A little chewiness with mala is good enough! It also wasn’t too dry unlike many places and price wise, very friendly!! We ordered 3 portions and it amounted to $25. Super recommend!

Price: 5/5
Taste: 5/5
Waiting time: 3/5

Was really surprised when I saw they have daily deals worth $5 only! It’s a very decent price with the meat they provide. Ordered pork belly, which comes with olive rice, cherry tomatoes, and hickory sauce(? Not too sure). Generous serving, good smoky flavor of pork, cheap price. Really good find :)

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