I've been going to Darley's for decades now and it goes through stages according to which chef is in residence. It is one of the very few fine dining restaurants in the Blue Mountains. Stunning views go with the great menu and excellent wine choice. I find it strange they don't open for lunch. Personally I think it's best in the cold of winter so you can enjoy the warm fires. Current fave dish is the Toothfish, even if it's just for the accompanying story from the waiter.
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