Timbre+ One North

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~$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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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

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
06:00am - 12:00am

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Looks like a messy plate, but this Dry Beef Hor Fun ($5.50) is probably the best I've had. This plate came generous with beef slices and I'm so pleasantly surprised that I am able to taste the strong wok hei flavours within this dish! The hor fun slices were also very silky smooth and definitely not overcooked. Beef slices are tender and flavourful as well. This is one really wholesome meal!

Asian Wok

Timbre+ has always been one of my favourite hangouts that hits the sweet spot for me - casual, hip and chill without a high price point, with a decent selection of alcohol (especially beers). For beers, we had the Terra ($10), Yuzu ($11). For bar snacks, we had tater tots ($6) from the Taiwanese stall, as well as fried dumplings ($6/12 pc) from the Chinese stall. Looks like Timbre+ opened an outlet in the East - gonna be on my bucket list to visit soon.

A fairly big but flat slice salmon with an equally big layer of mentaiko sauce that blanketed the entire salmon. Comes with an oozy egg as every Japanese don should. Tasty for a quick and affordable meal.

Throwback to the night when I was beaming with joy over the jumbo cockles from @streetsofbangkok.sg as I have longed to try them. First time seeing such gigantic cockles, and despite the dark colour, I would say that they were neither too bloody nor overcooked. Pretty well execution there. Before you start popping each succulent hum which bursts instantly, remember to dip it in their homemade Thai dipping sauce for a spicy yet zesty kick, good for cutting the briny taste if you find it slightly strong.

Spotted Grains & Co with a long (but fast-moving) queue at the corner of timbre plus and it was a wholesome hearty lunch!! Portion was generous I was so stuffed. I’ve got brown rice + romaine bases (brown rice is actually pretty flavourful!) / 5 toppings (shout out to roasted potatoes and sweet potatoes!!) / teriyaki chicken (sweet savoury yummy teriyaki glaze) / japanese sesame (that just can’t go wrong)!

Filled w near melt in your mouth flavourful brisket?, could do w a tad more meat but the bun wasn't dry so it's alr v well balanced. Delicious!

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