Playing with fire often ends in unfortunate burns unless one wears a flame-retardant suit or a trench coat made of meat slabs. Frolic in flame-kissed comestibles with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of upscale American dinner eats at Timber Wood Fired Grill, located in Abington.
Timber Wood Fired Grill sears fresh ingredients atop an aromatic, flavor-infusing grill with a menu anchored by flame-cooked sandwiches and prime-cut platters. The Dip cradles prime rib between a french baguette flotation device with optional dunking into a pool of au jus ($15). Like playing a vinyl LP covered in Vaseline, the chicken sandwich puts a saucy spin on its run-of-the-mill counterpart, as it comes crowned with onion rings and drizzled with chili remoulade ($13). Dinner plates further tantalize taste buds with hearty cuts of new york strip steak ($26), baby back ribs ($24 full, $13 half), and a daily selection of grilled fish (market price). Diners oblivious to Timber Wood Fired Grill's smoke signals may opt for pasta dishes, such as the mac ‘n’ cheese ($6) or the lamb bolognese, which shepherds ground lamb into a fluffy pasture of basil-whipped ricotta ($18), reminiscent of Chef Boyardee's vacation home.
Timber Wood Fired Grill
Executive chef Erick Jones incorporates the characteristic mesquite flavors of a wood-fired grill into the fresh seafood, meat, and breakfast dishes that earned the Timber Wood Fired Grill’s three from-scratch menus OpenTable's Diners' Choice award in 2011. Rustic wood-grain décor cultivates a comfortable atmosphere and distracts interloping beavers from the tasty menu of wood-grilled entrees, such as a garlic-marinated rib eye or braised fennel and shrimp pasta. On Sunday mornings, the cooks take inventive turns whipping up brunch provisions with ingredients ranging from caramelized peach toppings to a cool smoked salmon. Handmade desserts including crème brûlée and orange-infused cheesecake wait at the conclusion of every meal with the best challenge to ambitious appetites since the invention of the word bottomless.