A hip Filipino stall at Timbre +.
This proudly Cebuano stall previously operating at a Paya Lebar coffee shop is now unfurling its hipster chops at open-air food truck concept Timbre+. The space is modest: a few tables and chairs, a cash register, but what's incredible are the popular barbecued roasts like lechon de cebu (roasted pork), spicy belly chon (slow-roasted pork belly) and inasal manok (grilled chicken).
This proudly Cebuano stall, Iskina Cebu, previously operating at a non-descript Paya Lebar coffee shop, is now firing up its charcoal grill at open-air food truck concept Timbre +.
The space is modest: a few tables and chairs, a cash register where you order and pick up a number and a large pane through which you can watch the action in the action. Come here for its popular barbecued roasts likelechon de cebu (roasted pork), spicy belly chon (slow-roasted pork belly), inasal manok (grilled chicken) and liempo (grilled pork belly), all at an affordable price range of $6-10 for set dishes. There’s also the option of ordering a whole roast—just drop them a line four days in advance.
|Address:||Iskina Cebu, #01-27 73A Ayer Rajah Crescent, Singapore, 139957 Singapore|
|Phone:||+65 9326 2920|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Tue 11:30am-9:30pm; Wed-Sat 11:30am-10:30pm|
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