From the growing list of great places to eat in Thredbo we review the best that we have found:
Getting consistent good reviews since its establishment in 2014, Central Road 2625 is known for great coffees and friendly service. You can also find pancakes, classic bacon and egg rolls and even steaks and curries. To get good reviews with such an eclectic menu is no mean feat, and to do it consistently, makes this place a great place to eat.
4 - 17 Friday Flat Drive
Phone : +61 (02) 6457 7271
Sante Churrasco restaurant features a style of dining that is growing in popularity in Australia and has been famous in many other places in the world for a long time. Essentially, waiters will come around your table throughout the meal, offering you a variety of freshly barbequed meats and delicious side dishes till when you basically have had your fill and you indicate to them that is so. Straight off the grill or sliced off the skewer in front of you! Delicious!
At present, this style of serving operates during the busy winter season, as well as during holiday periods. During the somewhat more quiet months as in summer, the menu is a la carte. Desserts are made in house.
With curious limited opening times, that is, Thursday to Sunday from 6pm to 8pm, it gets busy, so it may be wise to book ahead.
Phone : +61 (02) 6457 6083
Black Bear Inn also gets consistent reviews for good food and service. It is also a place to stay while it serves a limited in season fresh European influenced dishes with a select range of Schnapps and Aussie beers to enjoy. Dishes include Pulled Pork, Bloody Mary Mussels and more. They also have a children’s menu.
30 Diggings Terrace
Phone : +61 (02) 6457 6216
Known as the highest altitude bar in Australia, Bullwheel Bar & Bistro (1937 metres above sea-level and 600 metres above the village). The Eagles Nest also has a restaurant upstairs with absolutely stunning views of the surrounds. Try one of the half litre beers from Germany and select something from their a la carte menu.
Enjoy the log fire on a cold night and take a ride in the fully enclosed gondolas back to the village. They also do a great breakfast, a wonderful and scenic way to start your snow holiday day.
Perched on top of the Gondola Ride Terminal:
Kosciuszko Express Chairlift
Phone : +61 (02) 6457 6019
Located at the Denman Hotel, the Terrace Restaurant serves delectable yet straighforward wholesome food for your enjoyment. The menu features in season food, so it changes regularly. Dishes can include Snowy Mountains Trout Fillets, Confit Duck Leg and twelve hour Slow Roasted Lamb Shoulder. They also have an extensive wine list.
Phone : +61 (02) 6457 6039
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