Wines

Select a Menu:

Apple cider

The bottle of 75cl Apple Swell Cider

400

House  wine, Glass

The Glass of White Wine

120

Wild pig (Pays d’Oc)

The Bottle of 75cl White Wine

600

Fat Bastard

The Bottle of 75cl White Wine

700

Laurus (Rhone)

The Bottle of 75cl White Wine

800

Valencay (Loire)

The Bottle of 75cl White Wine

850

Sancerre (Loire)

The Bottle of 75cl White Wine

1400

Chablis (Burgundy)

The Bottle of 75cl White Wine

1410

La Chasse (Rhone)

The Bottle of 75cl Rose

700

House Red wine, Glass

The Glass of Red Wine

90

Wild Pig (Pays d’Oc) Glass

The Glass of Wild Pig Red Wine

120

Wild Pig (Pays d’Oc)

The Bottle of 75cl Pig Red Wine

600

Petite Perriere (Loire)

The Bottle of 75cl Red Wine

700

Laurus Syrap (Pays d’Oc)

The Bottle of 75cl Red Wine

800

Laurus Rasteau (Rhone)

The Bottle of 75cl Red Wine

900

Chinon (Loire)

The Bottle of 75cl Red Wine

990

Laurus Gigondas (Rhone)

Red Wine

1500

Cotes de Beaune (Burgundy)

The Bottle of 75cl Red Wine

1500

Chateau Tresbiac (Bordeaux)

The Bottle of 75cl Red Wine

1800

Margaux de Montibrison (Bordeaux)

The Bottle of 75cl Red Wine

2100

WHITE WINE

House wine, Glass

120

Chat en Oeuf (Pays d’ Oc)

700

Fat Bastard Organic

800

Guy Saget Vouvray (loire)

800

Chablis (Burgundy)

1410

Laurus (Rhone)

800

Valencay (Loire)Corton Andre

850

(Bourgogne Reserve)

1100

RED WINE

Chat en Oeuf (Pays d’ Oc)

House wine, Glass

700 120

La Chase (Rhone)

700

Fat Bastard Oganic

800

Laurus Syrap (Pays d’ Oc)

800

Laurus Rasteau (Rhone)

900

Chinon (Loire)

990

Laurus Gigondas (Rhone)

1500

Corton Andre (Burgundy Reserve)

1100

Longue Toque (Gigondas)

1800

Marguax de Montbrison (Bordeaux)

2100

ROSE

La Chasse (Rhone)

800

CHAMPAGNE

Baron Fuentes “Galipettes” Organic

2500

NOTEAll prices are subject to 10% Service Charges for dine-in

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.