VANCOUVER — Chef Chris Whittaker has opened the doors to his new eatery in Vancouver’s west end.
The new 1,900-sq.-ft. restaurant, Timber, is dishing out a menu of Canadian comfort food next door to Whittaker’s Forage restaurant. The design of the space is a nostalgic nod to British Columbia’s rich timber history, featuring reclaimed barn board, high ceilings and an 18-seat communal table.
Timber’s menu includes items such as deep fried cheese curds ($5), elk tourtière with a lard crust and house-made ketchup ($19); a lobster club with lobster mayo, pepper bacon, iceberg lettuce, duck liver and fries ($24); and deep fried Nanaimo bar with “double double custard” ($8).
1300 Robson St., Vancouver