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Tymad Bistro might just be the right place to try a romantic taste. According to French owner Philippe Estienne, tymad means “good house” or “good restaurant.” The word is actually from a Celtic language that originated from Brittany in France, where crepes came from.

 

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Tymad Bistro takes primary pride in its crepes and galletes—making the whole thing really very French.

 

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Meet the Chef

My life is wonderful and I have had a chance to meet and work with such eminent figures in France .

What Tymad mean?

Tymad means "good house" or "good restaurant". The word is actually from a Celtic language that originated from Brittany in France, where crepes came from.

What Our Clients Said

The first real mille feuille I've had in Cebu and it was perfect! Super flaky with a creamy yummy custard.

The first real mille feuille I've had in Cebu and it was perfect! Super flaky with a creamy yummy custard.

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Business Hours

Tuesday –Thursday: 07am - 10pm
Friday –  Saturday: 07am - 11pm
           Sunday: 07am - 11pm


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Le French Bistro

(Restaurant & Pastry)

(032) 239 7385

Maria Luisa Road, Banilad, Cebu City, Philippines