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Reviews of Timberline Inn
Faye Whitney posted on 03/17/2011
My partner and I were travelling to Bryce Canyon in Utah and were looking for a place to have dinner. Spotting this restaurant along I15 near Beaver, UT we thought it looked like a good option and decided to try it out. Their dinner entrees were a bit limited but I decided to go with the pot roast and new red potatoes. The description provided said it was served in a skillet with "au jus" and a "fresh tomato and onion salad' dressed with a cilantro vinagrette. While the salad did not appeal to me, I figured beef and potatoes were a pretty safe bet. What I did not realize was that the salad, including the vinagrette, was served on top of the meat and potatoes. Let me tell you, cilantro vinagrette and pot roast are NOT as good combination. That being said, I explained to my waitress that I did not care for the dish, further explaining that I did not realize from the description on the menu that it would be served as it was. She offered to get me something else and I ordered a sandwich. A few mninutes later, the waitress returned and explained to me that "he," who I assumed was the chef or manager in charge, said that because the menu said that was how the dish was prepared that I would be charged for it. I countered that the description did not say the salad and vinagrette would be cover the entire dish and she told me that he said it did say it was in a skillet so that was basically explanation enough. I was shocked, first of all that the dish was as bad as it was but more importantly that they would not give me something else in it's place without charging me for both. I did not eat more than 2 bites of the dish so it as clear I wasn't trying to fill up and then get out of paying for my dinner. I have eaten in all classes of restaurants all over the country and have never had this happen. So my warning to all those travelling through is that eat there at your own financial risk. It's pretty apparent the owner probably banked on our just passing through and figured he wouldn't be losing future business.
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