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Total Dimmi Score

8.7
359 reviews
Recommended
(8.9)
Food
(8.7)
Service
(9.1)
Value for money
(8.3)
Atmosphere
(8.6)

dined on Fri, 14 Apr 2017

(9)
The venue was fantastic and well worth the drive when staying in the Blue Mountains. We all had the steak, which was huge and one of the best I've had in Australia.

dined on Sun, 2 Jul 2017

(9)
It was a great night of food wine and comapny ! Staff were Fantastic!
Karen Houghton

dined on Sat, 1 Jul 2017

(8)
A wonderful dining experience.

dined on Sun, 25 Jun 2017

(10)
Ive been a few times and i have never left dissapointed. The food is amazing, and the view is simply perfect. Staff are very nice and always make your visit pleaserable.
Marie

dined on Sun, 18 Jun 2017

(10)
Really great secluded atmosphere.

dined on Sat, 17 Jun 2017

(7)
We did our own version of a tasting menu, sharing a number of entrees and mains, and all the food we tried was very tasty. We were there with a small child, and the staff was very welcoming, although the restaurant was otherwise fairly quiet and more 'high end' so it may not work for all sorts of families, particularly if your kids have trouble sitting for long stretches.

dined on Sat, 10 Jun 2017

(3)
I was recommended this restaurant by a colleague, but I must admit that I was disappointed. They don't have a child menu - which is fine (they don't have to); so we ordered pumpkin pasta for the kids; we asked if there was any spice in it and they said no. The pasta came and it tasted like coriander, to which one of our kids is allergic. We pointed that out but we were told that the taste was because of fennel and caraway (so there were spices in the pasta after all). Both our kids have a strong dislike for such spices, so we asked for some mashed potatoes instead. I ordered the beef carpaccio, which was small and ordinary, followed by a pork belly which was fatty and chewy (40% of it was pure fat). My wife ordered a fish carpaccio, which was fresh and OK. followed by a cod, which was seriously undercooked. Personnel never asked if we were happy with the food served to us. In the bill, they charged us for three child meals - two pasta dishes and one mashed potatoes. Definitely overpriced. We won't be back.

dined on Sat, 10 Jun 2017

(7)
Service and atmosphere were great. Nice cosy mountain feel. The food was very nice but not amazing. Worth a visit if you would like a fine dining experience in the blue mountains.

dined on Sat, 27 May 2017

(10)
Great service and beautiful food. I had a very good time for my birthday dinner. Wheelchair access is not so good, however, the staff helped us for accessing to the entrance.
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About Nineteen23

Eating in another era Sometimes the pace of modern life catches up with you and you want to get away – all you need to do is visit Nineteen23. This charming little restaurant is located in a stunning country house in Wentworth Falls (that was built in 1923, hence the name) and it harks back to an earlier, more refined era. The chefs boast an impressive pedigree that includes working in some of Sydney’s top restaurants (Tetsuya’s, Wildfire, Rockpool) and they offer either a five or seven course tasting menu, as well as an a la carte menu, all made from seasonal and locally sourced produce. Start off with a classic cocktail such as a Kir Royale or a Martini before moving in to dinner. The menus change regularly, but expect fresh and delicious options such as burrata and heirloom tomato salad, sashimi of ocean trout or five spice rubbed pork. The country house, Silvermere, also offers beautiful accommodation options, so you can always make a weekend of it. Best dish: Grilled peach mille feuille with peach vanilla cream and lemon buttermilk sorbet

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