London’s Best Restaurant for Dinner

London’s Best Restaurant for Dinner

One of the best restaurants in London, hands down is Timmy Green. It’s a brand new Australian dining restaurant located in the heart of the city. Merely a few minutes from Buckingham Palace and Westminster Cathedral, it is conveniently located making it a perfect spot for dinner after a day of sightseeing. Timmy Green is known their inspiration from Australian culinary styles. Filled with health conscious dishes they offer vegan, gluten free, and sugar free meals, for all lifestyles.

We dined here on our first night in London after just arriving previously six hours beforehand. After doing some sightseeing we had worked up quite an appetite. Since this was our first dinner to start our three-month long trip we decided to celebrate by dining somewhere we had been longing to visit. By researching online Timmy Green seemed perfect- beautiful cuisine, an amazing atmosphere, and walking distance of the downtown.

Once we arrived for dinner our server seated us near the open window giving us an amazing view of the bustling city behind us. This is the perfect place to escape the busy London streets, take an easy, and enjoy a good meal. The tropical-inspired oasis inside really set the mood.

For appetizers, my partner, Ryan, ordered the Pacific tiger prawn & watermelon salad and I tried burrata, which consisted of charcoal bread and sun blush tomatoes. These were delicious and the perfect way to start the evening. I always love ordering an appetizer as it gives the chance to share and taste test different foods. 

For the main course, I tried the vegan fire roasted aubergine, which was literally one of the best dishes I’ve ever tasted! Topped with crispy rice, kale, miso, tahini, coconut, and aleppo chilli. The roasted kale on top gave it the ultimate crunch. I was slightly obsessed with the lime as it really brought flavour to the vegetables. Ryan ordered the tuna steak with crushed avocado, salsa verde, garden salad. The meals were made with fresh and satisfying. I can see why this restaurant is so loved in London. 

Bon Apetit

To finish for dessert, we ordered something sweet and creamy. First up was the Melbourne Mars Bar cheesecake ball stuffed with double cream. Next was the salted caramel brownie sandwich with hot dulce de leche. Ryan couldn’t stop talking about how good it was all night. He’s thinking about planning a try back to London to try it again. 

Thank-you Timmy Green for a delicious welcoming dinner. Can’t wait to come back!



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