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Timbre Restaurant

2068 Commercial Drive
Vancouver, BC V5N4B2
Tel: (604) 215-7515
Fax: (604) 215-7513
Neighbourhood: Commercial


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Actually has a personality
By phrantdine of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, November 13, 2011 - 9:31pm [Dine in]

I've been to Timbre a number of times. It seems most of the restaurants in Vancouver these days are cookie cutter versions of another. Timbre is refreshingly original and has some serious soul. Country music quite often, great food, live bluegrass, and down to earth yet attentive staff. I love this place, and go significantly out of my way to attend. Best rye, coke, cup, ice in the city!

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Never again!!
By Kassidy1979 of Vancouver Kitsilano (1 Review)
Submitted Wednesday, September 28, 2011 - 2:58pm [Dine in]

If you are looking for a nice evening, spending with your friends and have nice conversations, then DO NOT go to the Timbre! The Music is way too loud!
Not only that: the bar service is more than horrible! The drinks took way too long and we had to ask more than once!
Vancouver has a bunch of nicer places to offer! So don't waste your time and don't waste your money!

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Beer, Service & Atmosphere good. Food was toxic and store-bought.
By Juddc of Downtown Vancouver (8 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, July 25, 2009 - 12:49pm [Dine in]

Nice space, bright and breezy. Our servers were attentive and friendly. The food on the other hand was the kind of schlock normally reserved for a roadside diner with a gas station attached to it. And I'm feeling it the day after. Wife had veggie burger - it was a Money's patty - and I had Oyster poor boy. Bland, Safeway-bun and bagged salad. And apparently not a good couple of oysters as I'm getting more and more nauseous as I write this review.

2 sandwiches and 2 beers - $40.00. No value there.

Will avoid in future unless I'm just stopping in for a beer.

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Wow - loud loud loud!
By georgi of Maple Ridge (4 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, July 28, 2008 - 9:27pm [Dine in]

We didn't mind the food although overpriced. The staff didn't have a great attitude and the music was sooooo loud for such an early part of the day. We mentioned it but seemed to fall on deaf ears. A conversation with someone near you was pointless. I guess the attitude of the place was a lot to be desired. We won't be back.

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Great Eats, Surprisingly Tasty
By smaybee of Main St. Vancouver, BC (1 Review)
Submitted Friday, February 29, 2008 - 12:51am [Dine in]

I went during Dine-Out Vancouver and popped by on a lark to grab a bite before going to a show. The staff were really friendly and accommodating when we had to take off really quickly to make our curtain. The dine out menu was great, but what I remember most was the deep fried tidbits of tenderloin that came with fries... It sounds vicious, but it was in fact exquisite. There's something so simple about well seasoned meat, but it really makes the difference between a bite to eat and an experience that improves your day. This was the latter, most definitely and it was a welcome surprise. All really well priced, too. Though I liked a few of the paintings and was surprised at the quality of the food, it did feel a little cold, as far as the design is concerned. Made me think of the Cambie if it were clean and had higher ceilings.

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The way good food should be.
By westcoasthighlander of Kitsilano, Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Friday, January 25, 2008 - 1:57pm [Dine in]

I went in as a one-off visit, having heard about it through the grapevine and was impressed by it's ambiance. The space is open, airy, warm and inviting; the website picture does it no justice. Most impressive are the large, exposed wood ceiling support beams and the single-piece bar wood. The place features live music but not on the night I visited; there was some really fine blues playing.

I sat at the bar and was promptly and warmly greeted by the bartender. He served my beer with aplomb and made a few menu suggestions at my request. While waiting for my meal, I was engaged by the bartender in some light chit-chat which was very pleasant, very charming!

My entree arrived sooner than I expected and looked delicious; clearly a fair amount of time had been spent on determining an attractive plating arrangement. I had chosen the New York Steak, medium rare, which came with roasted garlic mash and seasonal vegetables.

I was planning on brushing aside the mushroom peppercorn sauce, as in other places I have found it overpowering or that there was just too much of it. After sampling it, I found it was very much to my liking. The mashed potatoes were very well done and the veggies were crisp and blanched to perfection. All for $19.

Shortly after I had finished my meal I was visited by the shaven-headed and goateed chef, who named himself as Trevor. He accepted my compliments with grace and thanked me and bade me to visit again saying he had to get back to the kitchen but wanted to check up on his guests.

This restaurant offers excellent food at a great value, with a friendly, knowledgeable and competent staff and an ambiance that is tough to beat. It's a winning formula and I fully expect Timbre Restaurant to become one of Vancouver's signature restaurants.

If you are looking for well-prepared, tasty food in a casual, comfortable environment, look no further;
this is where you want to eat.

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