Serving Steaks, Prime Rib, Seafood Dinners – (360) 765-0129
Wed thru Fri 3-8pm
Sat & Sun 11am-8pm
Special arrangements available for large groups
295534 U.S. 101
Quilcene, WA. View Map.
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Customer Reviews from Yelp.com:
“In an unobtrusive location along Highway 101 is where the Olympic Timberhouse Restaurant sits amongst the evergreens. Inside awaits a rough hewn, yet polished dining area, complete with local metal sculpture and other art. We had the Fish and Chips and the Prawns and Chips. The tartar sauce is made by the chef and is very good, it is light and is dill based. But the coleslaw that comes with it was the treat for me, apple vinegar and honey are two of the key ingredients in it, took me back on memory lane for my Mother’s recipe… No mushy potatoes in this clam chowder, would put it up against Ivar’s on the pier in Seattle. And the service? Exceptional, we will come back again.” – Kelly G., Seabeck, WA
“We had a wonderful dinner at Timberhouse. Every bite of food was fantastic (we had salads and main courses from prime rib to chicken to crab cakes). The service was superb and it was a pleasant, cozy atmosphere.” – Kathryn L., Port Ludlow, WA
“OMG fantastic food and generous. I’m afraid we ordered way too much but we loved it all. We had clam chowder and I have to say that I’ve never had a chowder with more clams. Very few potatoes, lots of cream and clams. Definitely the best chowder I’ve had. We also ordered oysters — minimal breading, beautifully prepared, and very mild. I also ordered the Prime Rib sandwich. I didn’t know you could pile sliced prime rib (I’m sure it was carved at the restaurant) onto a piece of bread so high. Fortunately they use bread and not a roll as it was still too high to eat in one bite. We both ‘worked’ on the sandwich and still didn’t manage to finish it so took the rest with us. French fries came with the sandwich and, although I’m not a big fan of fries these were great. Perfectly seasoned. Although it’s out of the way it’s certainly worth a side trip. PS: They also have free Wi-Fi.” – Jack S., Bainbridge Island, WA