Timmy Green has launched a mouth watering ‘endless summer’ Australian themed menu
Go down under with this Australian themed summer menu that’s about to get you feeling hungry…
Recently-opened Timmy Green has launched an ‘Endless Summer’ dinner menu that we can’t wait to dig into.
Inspired by its sunny Australian heritage, Timmy’s new evening menu features plenty of punchy small plates as well as sashimi grade tuna steaks and native breed, dry-aged beef, all cooked under fierce heat on the Josper BBQ.
The dishes are ideal paired with a glass of Pinot Gris or Riesling (90+ Parker Points) from their all natural Australian wine selection, or a Raspberry Sour cocktail, served on the extensive al fresco terrace that brings a little bit of the Sydney summertime to Nova Victoria.
Australasian-inspired starters include BBQ Pacific tiger prawn, watermelon and feta salad, tempura soft shell crab with Szechuan caramel, and Byron bhel puri – a fresh, crunchy, nutty, vegan dream.
Steaks by renowned butcher and fellow Aussie Nathan Mills (The Butchery Limited) are a highlight on the new menu and not to be missed either… As you can see below!
The native breed beef is reared on small free-range farms in the South of England, butchered whole in the traditional manner in Bermondsey and dry-aged for up to 90 days for optimal flavour.
The whole menu is full of vibrant colour, flavours and textures – which makes for an exciting evening of dining.
Those looking for something lighter can enjoy the sashimi grade tuna steak with crushed avocado, salsa verde and garden salad, or the vegan fire-roasted aubergine with crispy rice, miso, tahini and coconut, that would impress even the meatiest of meat eaters out there.
Desserts hit the spot too with rhubarb rice pudding with forced rhubarb sorbet, whipped cream and almonds, and the Melbourne Mars Bar cheesecake ballloaded with double cream and fresh strawberries. Yum.
Timmy Green’s new dinner menu is available from 5pm until 10pm, seven days per week.
Evening reservations can be made in advance via the collection’s website or Opentable.
Visit Timmy Green, Nova Victoria Corner of Bressenden Place and Buckingham Palace Road. London SW1E 5DD