Friday, 19 November 2010

katoomba st. cafe

I can't believe how quickly this year has gone by! And in the mad rush of work and not realising that I had so much leave saved up, I was lucky enough to take a few days off and have a nice and relaxing weekend in the Blue Mountains with the boy . We stayed at a gorgeous B&B (Edgelinks) and had a rather food filled weekend. It was a definitely a holiday that went by too quickly and I could only wish it were longer!

In my world, hot chocolates should always be served with freshly whipped cream and big marshmallows.

Giving the Ploughman's Lunch a go - it's toasted bread with cold roast meat, boiled eggs, pate, cheese, caramelised onion and relish.

A hearty pie with wedges for a particularly cold day up in the Blue Mountains.

I love this print!

So that's lunch at Katoomba Street Cafe!

After lunch we had a good wander down the road and looked in all the antique and second hand shops (of which they are many). Managed to be good but trust me, it was awfully tempting! 


Maria @ Scandi Foodie said...

The food looks really good! I wonder when I can visit the Blue Mountains next, it's been a couple of years since I was there the last time!

Tommy88 said...

Well let me tell you my experience with this cafe;
Lunch on a beautiful Saturday we thought lets try this elegant looking cafe.

BIG mistake!

I ordered the lamb burger, it smelt like old left over meat and it was off. Couldn't eat a bite of it and returned it immediatly.
My wife orderd the Buramundi, it was the most ordinery fish she had.

When it came to paying for our food we let the manager(possibly owner) that we returned the burger and asked us for the reason, so we explained and then he went completely nut and insulted us!
So much for the customer feed back.

Don't make the mistake and ruining the experience of beautiful Blue mountains try somewhere else