This 'Green' venue (which includes Marylebone’s Daisy Green and Beany Green in Broadgate Circle) is the group’s first restaurant proper but retains a café vibe. With so many other choices springing up here (Hai Cenato, Aster, et al), Timmy’s positioned itself as a low-key, all-purpose option and pulls it off. We wouldn’t recommend it for a special-occasion dinner, but the bright bar serves great espressos and well-made, fruity cocktails, an affordable menu delivers appealing and healthy choice, and there’s even a piano player in the evening. Being a new build, the space feels clinical but its glass walls and mezzanine level create an airiness. A pleasant surprise during our visit was a vegan rendang curry of cauliflower, aubergine and snake beans, which possessed just as much flavour and sustenance as a meat-filled curry. For flesh fans, there’s a range of steaks and the likes of salmon-smoked pizza and popcorn shrimp with jalapeño mayo, while the Sunday brunch menu includes Green’s trademark, the massive Bondi breakfast.