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Toggle navigation. Sign out. Enlarge Image. Link to this book To embed a link to this book on your own website, please copy the script below. Add to wish list. Please login to use the wish list feature. Certainly worth the trip over by tram from the United terminal.
This posting could really use a copy of the menu though for reference and pricing. They serve more than just steaks and burgers and kiddie meals. Donut bites with bacon crumbles…who said Americans are weird? Completely disagree with your take. The blog is much more diverse now and I hope it continues that way. Travis, thank you for your review. How much do you have to pay for tips? Do you pay tips by card or cash?
Is it paid at the counter? I visited this place in March of this year with four adults two PP holders and an infant. We went for breakfast. I thought the service was somewhat slow and indifferent, but not overly so.
I will say though that they were good at accommodating the two in our party who had a boarding time about 35 minutes after we sat down—once they were made aware of the time issues. I say they were somewhat slow and indifferent because we lost minutes before someone first came by. It is a big pet peeve of mine when you are made to sit for a long period before being greeted by your server, and even more so at an airport where all staff should definitely recognize that most of the patrons are on a tight schedule, where minutes can easily be the difference between a relatively humane and enjoyable meal and scarfing down food or skipping the meal altogether.
The minutes we waited here almost made the two in our party who had a tighter schedule get up and leave in favor of a grab-and-go meal somewhere else in fact, they were gathering their belongings when a server finally arrived. The food, at least for breakfast, was pretty good. Again, make sure you have enough time and if you are pressed, communicate that in a nice way to your server who hopefully will present him or herself promptly.
The restaurant was busy at around on a Saturday, but we were seated with no wait, and we were in and out in about an hour though I eat slow, and we had a toddler to keep occupied. My son enjoyed planespotting from the windows in the back, which was a bonus. The food, while unspectacular, was perfectly fine.
A typical 3-star experience in my estimation. Certainly much better than the typical PP lounge packaged hummus, stale pita bread, and snack towers of sadness. Other than the cheesecake, not sure anything looks remotely appetizing. It looks like food from every Applebees in America. And uhm, Timberline is airport food. Decent food all considering for a PP went last month. Good review.
To those concerned about time. Order food right when you sit down and give your card when waiter comes back after serving entree not after you get the bill. I went to Timberline about a month ago also with PP and had a good experience. Matthew — I enjoyed your review too. I visited today and had a great experience. My server, Brian was excellent and welcoming and the food was good. This certainly is not a gourmet restaurant, but the quality I found to be quite good.
Remember comrades, tip on the entire amount of the check, not just what it is after the Priority Pass credits. Our servers need to make a living wage and they work hard! I added pictures of the menu to the post. I took those pics on a different visit, and forgot to include them.
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Sorry about that! And thanks for reminding me. TJ: Ask for a leftovers box at your own risk! Trust me. Weird question, how long do I have to wait to use my pass a second time? I have a 4 hour layover and am wondering if I can order some food and then get a drink later as a second check-in. I have an unlimited priority pass. If it were a proper lounge, you could just hang out for 4 hours, and eat twice from the buffet, or whatever.
Or if there were two Priority Pass restaurants, you could leave one, and go check-in at the other Ben has done that! But what if you want to dine at the same restaurant on the same day? Good question. According to a Timberline manager who posted over on another blog, you can check back in after 2 hours.
Does the check-in happen when I pay for the food or when I arrive?
Beth — I always present my card as soon as the server comes to take the drink order. Now I have a good reason — to start the clock ticking! Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Enjoy this review? Check out hundreds of other reports on airlines , hotels , and airport lounges worldwide!