Station Bar & Woodfired Pizza
Located on the main street in the heart of the Blue mountains is Station Bar + Woodfired Pizza. This stylish and intimate pizza joint only do pizzas – but we’re not complaining because these are anything but ordinary. They top them with everything from king prawns to kangaroo and salami to saltwater crocodile (yes really). The courtyard is great for when the weather warms up, and the live music creates a casual and buzzy atmosphere.
The Old City Bank
At the end of the grand driveway leading up to the Carrington Hotel sits the Old City Bank Bar, a local watering hole with the charm of an old English pub. Their jugs of mulled wine will warm you from the inside out, and are the perfect comfort concoction for those winter nights.
Basil Nut Cafe & Restaurant
Tucked away in a little arcade off Katoomba’s main strip is the humble Basil Nut Asian Kitchen, a fusion eatery that fuses not only their cuisines but also their approach to dining. Mixing relaxed café culture with traditional fine dining, it’s a coffee shop by day but an elegant restaurant by night. Everything from BBQ Korean delicacies to street food styled share plates are on offer.
Aptly named for its position atop a cliff top in isolation, is Solitary Restaurant. Perched above the Leura Cascades and overlooking the Jamison Valley, the fine dining restaurant enjoys one of the most scenic views in the Mountains. The heritage listed, weatherboard cottage is light and airy and quietly sophisticated with an equally as thoughtful menu. If the weather permits, sit outside amongst the English style gardens or for something warmer, dine inside and soak up the breathtaking views with ...
A modern Australian restaurant that’s been a Leura destination for decades. Elegant and refined, Silk’s sets the benchmark for French inspired fine dining in the region and is a quintessential Blue Mountains restaurant experience. Set in a federation-era building, the space is charming with high ceilings, black and white chequerboard floors and a log fireplace.
The wildly popular Leura Garage is a cafe by day, and buzzing tapas bar by night. The menu features crowd classics and share plates – try the meatboards and six-cheese pizza if you dare. Casual and chic, the mechanic workshop turned restaurant has an eco-focus with everything from their local and organic menu to their award-winning sustainable fit-out.
Pins On Lurline
Contemporary cuisine with a local focus, Pins on Lurline creates Modern Australian dishes using regional produce. Located in a Katoomba landmark, a grand heritage listed cottage, Pins is full of historic charm and character and is every bit cosy and intimate. Overlooking traditional English gardens and the surrounding natural beauty, it’s little wonder why couples come here from all over Australia to say their I do’s.
Wisteria Place Night
A fireplace, a bottle of red, brie cheese and candles sounds like a winning combo for a cosy night out in Leura. Wisteria Place creates a warm and intimate ambience of romance, with blankets at the ready, perfect for cuddling up with your special someone. The eastern-European-inspired menu brings old-world dishes from Scandanavia, the Balkans and the Czech Republic to the refined palates of Leura.
Darley's Restaurant at Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa
Darley’s Restaurant is celebrated for its award-winning contemporary Australian cuisine offered in the old-world ambience of Lilianfels Hotel. The hatted restaurant looks out across lush manicured gardens and soaring mountain views of the Jamison Valley. Take in the scenery from the luxuriously decorated dining room, with it’s ornate fireplaces, crystal chandeliers and plush furnishings. This is the epitome of class and style and is sure to turn up the romance factor.