Reviews

Tripadvisor.com

“My new favourite indulgence cafe”

I’ve only been to Tymad once - yesterday - and since then I’d been thinking of how I must go back there again. I had a mousse cake made with berries and lady fingers. When it first came to the table I was pleasantly surprised by how generous the slice was. I even thought I would not be able to…

iLuvCebu.com

“Tymad Bistro”

May it be breakfast, lunch or dinner, a sweet little something ends every food affair. We at iLuvCebu with our friends always wrap up a good night with an awesome dessert or a great cup of tea latte and for this night we unanimously agreed to have cheesecakes and crepes and headed to Tymad Bistro. The bistro offers good desserts ranging from 120- 290php. Here’s a few of what we enjoyed.

Sunstar.com.ph

“ A taste of romance”

MANY consider French to be the language of love. Some say it is the nasal vowels that sound very alluring. Others find its pronunciation romantic as it requires one to pucker his lips—which would in a sense be like kissing—while still others think it is the intonation that is very pleasing..

Foodspotting.com

“Mille Feuille”

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

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.