Discover Restaurants offering the best Contemporary food in Mittagong, New South Wales, Australia including The Shaggy Cow, The Glass Cafe, The Loch Tasting Room, Josh's Cafe, Eschalot Restaurant
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4 based on 520 reviews
The Shaggy Cow recently won the Southern Highlands Local Business Award! Excellent house-made specialties of restaurant quality, consistently fabulous Illy Coffee, fresh sourdough breads, yummy cakes and cookies, delicious local wines, amazing, modern cou
Great service, very nice food. Adequate room between tables, long cushioned bench along one wall. Nice decor.We had pistachio, date and banana bread and gluten free orange almond cake with gluten free ice cream for me. Very nice.
4 based on 146 reviews
Our fun and quirky cafÃ© features local artistsâ work on the walls, mismatched colourful furniture and comfy couches, creating a chilled out vibe where friends gather for coffee, good food and a good time. Savour an all-day breakfast and lunch menu. Guests
Good food .. and they make great coffee.A nice place to catch up with a friend and talk, as it doesn't get noisy or over-crowded.Prices are fair for the food. Be prepared to wait when there's a few tables full. Also be prepared for your choice to not always be available. I have been there twice now and had to change my choice due to the time of day or ingredients not available.Gets a bit cold in there .. take a jacket!
4 based on 48 reviews
Every Sunday Brigid Kennedy, chef and owner of The Loch, opens the doors of the Tasting Room where you can indulge in the ultimate paddock to plate experience. The irresistible menu changes fortnightly to take advantage of seasonal produce picked directly
We visited for lunch recently. Everything was first class - the setting, our table, the service, the food and the wine. A first class experience - congratulations to all involved!thank you so much for saying. we love it when people appreciate what we do.love to see you back.Kind regardsBrigid
4 based on 364 reviews
Fully Licenced Thursday BYO wine only BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
The food and service is excellent. The dishes offered are quiet unusual and very flavoursome. The serving sizes were very good. I certainly will be coming back to try other dishes. The costs were very reasonable. As we were there for lunch on a Sunday i was surprised at how full the restaurant was by 12.30 pm. Luckily we arrived at 12 to make sure we got a table.
4 based on 390 reviews
Located in the historic village of Berrima and operating from one of the most significant heritage buildings in the area, Eschalot delivers consistently beautiful cuisine with an elegant and understated sense of occasion. Eschalot has been the recipient o
This is so reminiscent of driving through regional France, choosing a local restaurant on speck and finding an absolute gem.Matthew and his crew are clearly devoted to the values of fine dining in this gorgeous old coach house in the quintessential Southern Highlands village of Berrima. Combining bundles of local produce with the finesse of a Parisian chef this is fine dining at its finest. The meal commenced with a complementary amuse bouche of potato and leek soup and perfectly rendered bread with truffle infused butter.The grilled lamb rump with pistachio and celeriac was simply devine - tender and perfectly cooked. My wagyu fillet with eggplant crisps, whipped potato, hazelnut and chimichurri was superbly cooked and wonderfully tender. Our mains were also beautifully presented on the plate as works of art, exhibiting the care, pride and attention to detail of a chef in his prime.Service was completely satisfactory as was the wine list. But itâs the food that stars in this excellent restaurant. Worth every cent.
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