Came here for lunch on a very wet and miserable day in Katoomba. Nice and warm and friendly inside. Was very busy but able to get a table and fairly quick service. Hot coffee was great and the food delicious. Well priced too.
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We left a message for “the Palette” to confirm a booking, zip, zilch,nada. The Station bar we enjoyed the night before was horrendously noisy, the “Harp & Fiddle” has no wine to speak of and like about another three establishments in Katoomba is part of...More
Right across the road from the majestic Carrington hotel, this restaurant is a convenient alternative to hotel food. Our food was a delight. We had a fish and a pasta dish. Both were excellent and the portions were generous. Prices were below average. Although licensed,...More
After a day walking and enjoying the Blue Mountains we found this restaurant for a quick meal before going for the train back to Sydney. We ordered beef and red wine stew which was absolutely delicious and just what was needed on a cold evening....More
A most popular and typically no frills Auzzie country restaurant, I think I had the stew for dinner which was brilliant as was the service. We also had coffee and monster scones here after our bush walk, very nice.
We chose this restaurant as they served early dinner which suited us with our one year old. Restaurant wasn't busy but we were waiting around 45 minutes for food, so we asked about progress and were told our order had been forgotten and would be...More
It was a lovely looking cafe so headed in for a meal and coffee with my friend, the services was lacking in kindness, understanding that it's hard industry but the worker seemed less then impressed to be there, the food was good and big sizes...More
Friendly service. Café food. Character décor that includes booths. Furniture a bit worn but cosy. Good place to go for breakfast or brunch. Also pizza, melts, pasta, steak meals. Seems like a good range of meals and drinks on the menu.
Favourite café in Katoomba was closed, so we went in search of another to try. I hadn't been to the Savoy for years, and this was a very disappointing experience. The café looks dirty, and cluttered. Mops near the counter, and dirty clothes under the...More