The Golden Dish has reviewed Timber,
With two drinks, tax and tip–and no dessert—this meal was hardly a bargain at $90, but it was awfully good. My next “budget” meal there will be the rotisserie chicken—half a bird for $19. Add in all the sides, cocktails and more, well, Timber is a steak house extraordinaire and you have to pay accordingly.
and the September edition of Down East includes a review of Central Provisions.
There are other Asian accents. The yellowfin tuna crudo has a hint of sesame, radish, and mustard — just enough to complement the pink flesh dissolving on your tongue. The spicy beef (carpaccio) salad has a nice Sriracha kick. And the halibut — a beautiful hunk of fish, seared crispy on the top and beribboned with grilled garlic scapes — has just a hint of heat from garlic and jalapeño to brighten the flavor of this dense fish.