Solitary Restaurant

Solitary Restaurant

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Posted 2012-12-04 by Dishy_Dianafollow
Well named for its position on a cliff top in splendid isolation, is the beautiful and unique located at Leura Falls in the Blue Mountains.

[ADVERT]Exclusive in its location, offers quite possibly some of the best views available in the Blue Mountains, overlooking the Jamison Valley through to the Southern Highlands uninterrupted.

Solitary has a more casual kiosk option, as well as the fine dining restaurant, and is housed within a heritage listed weatherboard cottage, featuring a characteristically slate hipped-roof, and set amongst a beautiful garden on a hill top.
The interior can, described as light, airy, quietly sophisticated and tranquil, while respecting the history of the building – offering a mix of federation and contemporary style decor.



The huge glass windows allow diners to take in the other-worldly views from both the kiosk or restaurant options. Outdoor seating can also be arranged subject to availability when booking, for an unforgettable mountain top interlude.

offers a fresh and sophisticated modern Australian menu with the charm you would expect from a lovely country cottage.



Upon arrival the Chef has prepared a complimentary sweet corn and basil soup to tempt the taste-buds, and is a great start for the dishes to follow.



The Salmon Gravalax entrée is a simple cured salmon style dish, but the flavours are elevated with the clever inclusion of Gruyere cheese balls, avocado creme and slithers of fennel shavings with a pernod vinigarette for $19.



Another top option from the Entrée menu is the Goats Chevre Ravioli,with asparagus, crushed hazelnuts, and buerre niosette which a beautiful creamy taste and texture for $18.



Mains are also impressive, and of particular note is the seared Beef Eye Fillet served with mushroom duxelle, gorgonzola bread pudding, and grebiche butter for $31. The flavours combined are sensational is a must try dish.



The Confit of duck leg, with chestnut risotto, Brussel sprouts, spec and cream fraiche for $30 is another tasty and different option to try.



The desserts are also excellent. For $14 the Poached pistachio pear with passion fruit panna cotta and pina colada sorbet, and the Toffee and banana crumble tartlette, with Belgium chocolate ice-cream are worth sampling.





The fine food, professional and efficient staff and amazing surroundings of all contribute towards a rewarding and memorable dining experience not to be missed.

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