Have you ever been to a place that transports you to a different part of the world at a different time? It might seem a little overdramatic to say that a restaurant makes you feel this way, but when I was introduced to Timmy Green’s that was my exact sentiment. Timmy Green’s is part of a bigger chain of equally amazing restaurants that go by the name of Daisy Green Collection all across London.
My foodie buddies and I met for brunch at Timmy’s, the outside garden, the bright interior and the smell of fresh bread just captivated my heart in an instant. But it only got better..
We ordered a bunch of dishes and as dish after dish came out, I sat there and couldn’t help but think to myself “is this my new favourite brunch joint?!”
First things first – the decor is so minimalistic, yet the high ceilings and abundance of different plants through the restaurant made me feel as though I was in a different country.
Even though I thought I was running late, turns out I was still early! So obviously, I ordered myself a matcha latte to keep myself awake and it was the best decision I may have made to date.
By the time my friends got there I was well and truly ready to eat and knew exactly what I wanted – The pancakes (obviously) – now you guys know I’m a tad bit partial to a good pancake but these pancakes kind of stole my heart a little. They were fluffy, not too heavy and between the maple syrup, cream on top and the centre filled with berries, it was just right!
There was so much more on the menu I wanted to try.. My foodie buddy knew exactly what this was and ordered the Coconut Bread French Toast – a healthier option to the pancakes. The French Toast is a mixture of coconut flakes, Greek yogurt and berries making it so delicious, yet healthy.Managed to get a spot of savoury in there too amidst all the pancakes. Corn Fritters were not as appetising following on from the pancakes and french toast, definitely not the prettiest either but as far as corn fritters go the corn fritters were actually very good and had a lot of flavour, not too soft in texture.
Some more pictures before I go…
Overall, what I love about this place is not only is it super pretty, but actually there are all kinds of options for those that want to indulge in carbs, or those that would prefer something a little more healthier. And that’s just for breakfast/brunch, besides this, their lunch, dinner and light bites menu will leave you confused as to what to go for. They also do afternoon teas during the week! And finally, the food is sooo well presented and so insta-worthy it makes me want to go back time and time again! LOVE!
Food – 8 out of 10
Service – 8 out of 10
Atmosphere – 7 out of 10
Experience – 9 out of 10
Overall, giving Timmy Green a total TLH score of 8 out of 10.
Address: 11 Sir Simon Milton Square, Victoria, London SW1E 5DJ
Halal Status: Not halal, but plenty of prescatarian options
Closest Station: Victoria (Victoria, District, Circle and Overground lines)
Have you been to any of the Daisy Green Restaurants? Let me know your thoughts!
Lots of love,
Your pancakes have me dribbling at my desk, and that coconut bread French toast sounds amazing! I keep passing this place and saying “I have to go there” – i really do need to now I’ve seen these photos!
Yes you do! It’s honestly my current fave brunch place I’ve been there one too many times to mention though haha.. be warned though, the menu will boggle your mind haha!