Taste Bud Treats from Timothy Cafe.
While we still can’t stretch our legs during this current MCO, we can definitely stretch our taste buds with a delivery of tasty treats from Timothy Café, Jalan Tun HS Lee, Kuala Lumpur.
Timothy Café focuses on local flavours, but has a lot of interesting twists in the menu, and the online menu also includes specials from its sister café, Kafe Kleptokrat.
We enjoyed the Nasi Kerabu Ayam Geprek (RM23)– traditional blue pea rice, and Indonesian style fried chicken with spicy sambal balado. And it was spicy!
The meal also comes with a generous amount of ulam, half a salted egg to add that extra zip, as well as additional sambal and budu, if you still need more spice in your rice! We were pleased to note that they didn’t forget to include crispy keropok, which always adds a nice touch to this meal.
There is also a vegetarian version of the nasi kerabu, known on the menu as Vegan Thunder Rice (RM18). Tasty and generous in size, it comprises a vegan version of blue rice, house secret thunder rice sauce, tempeh, and loads of local herbs (ulam) and salads. Both dishes were very fresh and tasty.
Timothy Café offers a lot of other interesting meals, which we want to try in the future. Some of these include Salted Egg Spaghetti with Chicken Chop (RM25), Vegan Buddha Salad (RM18) and Egg and Chicken Ham Sandwich (RM16)
And who doesn’t want to top off their day with something sweet? Timothy Café has got that covered. They specialise in burnt cheesecake. We tried slices of the Signature Burnt Cheesecake (RM15)
And the Durian Burnt Cheesecake (RM19). Both were creamy, smooth goodness and the durian cheesecake really captured the rich, delicious flavour of the king of fruits. Timothy Café also has other tempting desserts, such as Cempedak Burnt Cheesecake (RM17) and Lemon Poppyseed cake (RM12).
Hankering for something more western in flavour? Keep an eye out for their pop-up Kiosk and Kombi Van, featuring Kafe Kleptokrat, setting up in locations around Kuala Lumpur, as well.
My meat-eating side-kick tried two of the savoury pies – the beef goulash pie (RM15) and creamy mushroom chicken pie (RM10). While the pies may not be big in size, they are big in taste and generously filled to the top. So between the abundance of meat and tasty crust, the pies make for a filling snack.
So give your taste buds a wake-up and a shake up with a take away order from Timothy Café. You won’t be disappointed.
How can you order from Timothy Cafe or find the pop-up kiosk?
- Visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/timothy.highstreetkl
- Order from Whatsapp at https://wa.me/+60176993422
- Order online from https://app.theother.kitchen/timothycafe
(Prices shown do not include service charge and sales tax, and may be subject to change)