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Afternoon Tea in the Palace Lounge at The Rubens Hotel
Holding 150 covers and set over two floors with extended outdoor seating Timmy moves effortlessly from casual coffee spot to buzzing evening bar / restaurant. Extensive local craft beers are served alongside an almost all Australian wine list and innovative cocktails in our all day-bar.
Please note that we do not take brunch reservations at the weekends, this service is for walk ins only. Dinner reservations are still taken at weekends as usual.
We hold reserved tables for up to 15 minutes, if your whole party are not here within this time your table will be released.
Sunday: 09:00 - 10:00
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Not sure the staff could be any ruder and didn’t honour my open table booking stating they don’t reserve tables under open table and as such I had no table reservation. Great news on a busy Friday evening
Just as the same experience as Scarlett (Soho) over staffed & lack of service. The waiter whom served us was very dazed and didn't take attention to what I ordered & the other staff were chatting amongst themselves rather than providing our drinks. Than we found out that a dish we ordered wasn't available which wasn't even stated til all food got served.
When we arrived for a Saturday night pre-theatre dinner staff were slow to approach us to either take an order at the bar or look into reservations. I was then informed that there is an issue with booking with Open Table and therefore didn’t have our reservation. Staff did however manage to find us a table.
Food was very good and service was pleasant but rather slow and we weren’t able to have a second course consequently.
Fantastic breakfast, extremely tasty. Twist on your everyday
Service very slow on a Thursday night. Busy atmosphere. Food good although I find it expensive for what it was.
Very disappointed after previous visits. Long wait for food which we then had to send back because centre of burgers were raw. Burgers also seemed under flavoured compared to previous ones.
Nice local hangout with a friendly atmosphere, fresh and innovative feel to the food and a fun, Aussie-centred wine list. On the downside, rather slow service despite a half-full restaurant (at the time of order) and quite noisy, despite the size of the locale. Pleasant lunch spot but probably not ideal for longer seatings.
Nice food but service was slow, and some of the menu options are a bit too pricey for what they
I went along with a couple of friends for a casual dinner. Initially, they couldn’t find my booking but did very quickly seat us anyway, despite it being pretty busy! The food was really lovely - fresh, plentiful and tasted great. The sashimi in the salad was a little bit chalky, but good value. The giant chicken parmigiana was giant as advertised and tasted fab. The service however, was a bit odd - we were constantly checked in on until the food arrived, and then more or less completely ignored until it came time to pay. We’d have happily had another drink had we been able to catch anyone!
The food was good but overpriced and the service was terrible. I will not be going back.
Quite pricey for what it was and relying more on its name then the quality of what they deliver. Service average.
Great for breakfast and brunch. The fancy bacon sandwich is quite splendid.
Poor service, no atmosphere, long wait for food, flat prosecco.
I love thd food in this chain (beanie green in paddington is amazing too) but i consistently find the service in timmy green appalling! It took an hour for our food to arrive and the service was lazy. We were seated upstairs which wasn’t good-basically in the kitchen and no atmosphere. Downstairs is much more vibrant. Our waitress at the end rudely ordered is to ‘work out’ the 50/50 split rather than do the simple maths herself. Not impressed!
Over priced, dull food and awful service. 45 mins wait for cold eggs, £4+ for a latte. Plenty of better places, I can't imagine that they get any repeat custom so save yourself the disappointment
Halloumi fries look like and taste like they are from the frozen food chain - Iceland.
Concerned about health and safety as the area behind the bars were scattered with dirty plates and food items on flloor.
What a find! Great place with absolutely fabulous food. So so tasty and fresh. Very laid back as well.
Disappointing food, particularly in comparison to the other branches. The service was slow as it took 40mins for our brunch to arrive. The venue is bright but loud so we had to raise our voices to hear eachother. Won’t be going back any time soon.
Overpriced and food wasn’t even tasty.
Great Food, food price is reasonable however drinks are slightly more pricey even for a smoothie & coffee. Friendly staff however we did fell a little rushed.
This is one of the most innovative breakfast menus in London. It's also great to have someone good in Victoria.
This was our third visit to Timmy Greens as we come for brunch and always have The Fancy Bacon Roll. Was lacking in hollandaise sauce this time around and the staff were not as friendly as in previous occasions. Still enjoyed our brunch and will definitely be back soon.
Great menu and lovely food. Sadly, the food took ages to arrive, but the staff were very apologetic about it and kind. Will probably go back.
Not sure if we got there on a bad day - the coffee was average, food was average and worst of all we were given different meals from what we ordered!
Painfully slow service, especially as dining before theatre. Food, consisting of a range of different starters was neither here nor there.
Nice and friendly restaurant, very helpful staff, easy to find. Very nice food, I loved the Australian Wine they have from Yarra Valley! Restaurant was not as overbooked as we got told.
Really great food, different to your casual lunch spot. Food was really tasty !
Been once before and liked it. however it was far too noisy and the drinks are ridiculously overpriced. we paid £29 for a screw top prosecco which must have been about £4. service was also incredibly slow had to repeatedly ask for drink orders. food was ok nothing special portions small. best thing was the desserts.
First time at Timmy Green and it was very nice. The food was good, the service was good - I will return!
A great brunch venue. Delicious and fresh food, a good selection of Australian food.
Food was good but expensive, service was also not great.
Great food for he bottomless brunch and they left us a bottle on the table which was great.
Pre-theatre meal, so early dinner. Really enjoyed the sharing plates - very tasty food. Let down by everything else. Slow delivery of food which was surprising given the early hour/quiet restaurant. Seemed to be several staff working, but they were pre-occupied with things other than attending to patrons. Table is set with water glasses - why don't restaurants automatically bring a bottle of tap water?! £60 bill felt a bit toppy for a meal for two with soft drinks (no alcohol). There is a bar area which filled with the after work crowd so it was quite noisy. That coupled with music made it too loud for early evening dining. A diappointing visit really as we really like sister restaurant Daisy Green.
So, so loud due to poor acoustics. Plate removed from in front of me without asking if I was finished. Food average. I'm Australian, and I'm not sure how they developed their menu! Edible, but won't come back.
Great food at Timmy Greens though not cheap. Sides extremely small portions. Wine choice was decent and £29 for a bottle of prosecco in London is a bargain! Tuna steak was excellent. Restaurant unbearably hot though, needs better air conditioning.
I was a bit unsure when we first walked in on a Saturday lunchtime as it was LOUD, I could barely hear my partner speak at first. You get used to the noise eventually though. We both ordered the bacon roll and halloumi fries to share and it was all absolutely amazing. I've never eaten anything quite like the bacon roll before, it was so delicious, and the halloumi fries were big wodges of comforting squishy cheese. Yum yum. We then squeezed in the Melbourne cheesecake thingy for dessert and that too was fab. I would definitely return (and probably order exactly the same meal!).
Restaurant was a nice change however the starter plates could have been a little better (the breaded calamari was more beans than fish with only a few odd pieces). Service was decent and the waitresses were attentive. I wouldn't say it was the cheapest place to go for a meal but it was not too bad. Probably go back again even just for the beer.
Very polite young staff really friendly and happy to help and offer their thoughts on the menu. Great "tapas" style dishes just right , deserts fab but beware the mars bar cheesecake sphere is really really rich..... Good place to meet friends for a quick bit and catch up without feeling rushed
The aubergine main I had was out of this world! Would come back any time for this.
However, the beetroot starter was underwhelming. The cheesecake and vegan chocolate cake we had tasted like you could have purchased them at Tesco. And, as I have experienced previously here, the service was poor. It shouldn't be a battle to get the attention of a waiter whist they chat amongst each other.
Toilets were also really dirty with the bins overflowing everywhere. Not what you expect.
both times I have taken friends they have gone for the banana waffles and just loved them. The Charcoal bread is worth a try once....