Darley's Restaurant - Leura
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Coming soon… There are many more places I would recommend to eat in the Blue Mountains, from cheap and cheerful to special-occasion restaurants. I’m getting around to writing full reviews of them all, but in the meantime, you’ll have to be content with this little list: Fine dining restaurants:  Darley’s, Leura: A continuous award-winner in the Greater Sydney fine-dining […]

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Tapas-style dishes, local produce and seven-days-a-week service is a winning combination for this Blue Mountains restaurant. When guests staying at my Blue Mountains accommodation want to go out for dinner on a Monday or Tuesday night, there’s one place I always recommend. Leura Garage is one of the few restaurants in the Blue Mountains open seven […]

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The Baker’s Wife café in Springwood offers a colourful array of salads, wraps, turkish rolls and raw treats.  Conveniently located across from the train station, The Baker’s Wife is brilliant for grab-n-go brekkies, lunches and snacks as you run for the Central Station express; or if you’re not in a rush, there’s plenty of tables (it seats about […]

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This buzzing bar and restaurant turns up the cool-factor of the mid-Blue Mountains yet another notch. It’s slightly exciting when talented people with very good taste team up to open a bar and restaurant in your neighbourhood. Mesa Barrio is the work of some clued-in local lads with plenty of skill and no pretensions. Yet their Lawson […]

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Fantastic woodfired pizza, a great atmosphere, craft beers on tap and the high chance of live music make this pizza place in Katoomba one of the Blue Mountains’ best casual eating spots – perfect for families and groups of friends. The pizzas are all named after towns in the Blue Mountains and are listed on […]

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  This little pizzeria was originally the combined vision of a fine-dining chef and restaurateur duo. Their ship has since sailed, but the essence of what they created remains: premium quality ingredients, unique pizza toppings and friendly service. La Famiglia in Wentworth Falls was once rated by one of my Airbnb guests from Melbourne – who is also in […]

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The last thing Anonymous needs is another blogger telling the world about how good it is, but I’m about to. The café’s photogenic fare served on wooden boards makes it an Instagrammer’s paradise, which probably accounts somewhat for the fact it’s almost always packed; that, and it’s located on the can’t-miss-it corner of the Great Western […]

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Cortado, Lawson - True Blue Mountains
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It was love at first latte at this cool little café in Lawson. And with the simple, contemporary décor, the quality of the food and friendliness of the staff (and being next door to Bullaburra!) the love was always destined to last. One of the first cafes to kick-start the coffee and dining renaissance in the […]

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Asian street food with style in the Blue Mountains. It’s hard to pigeonhole Miss Lilian Tea House in Katoomba, even with the myriad birdcages and feathered taxidermy hanging from the ceiling. It’s Asian street food but with a more sophisticated edge – in the menu, service and decor – and that makes it a one-of-a-kind […]

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Sustain Cafe - Lawson
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New café, bar, restaurant and retail openings in the Blue Mountains town of Lawson have made bypassing this village a thing of the past. When driving to or from Sydney through the Blue Mountains you’d be forgiven for not really noticing Lawson. But for a pub and a row of shops-for-lease lining the Great Western Highway, there […]

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