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Echo Point Lookout, Katoomba

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  • We visited Echo Point lookout so as to see the spectacular scenery in the Blue Mountains including the very famous Three Sisters. This lookout is perched very high in the mountains and on the edge of ...  more »
  • Must do stop. Great views of the mountains and the sisters. Walk to one of the sisters if able to manage a lot of stairs at the end. Paid parking @ $4/hour. Information centre and toilets available on...  more »
  • On a clear sunny day this is a fabulous lookout with a view of the Three Sisters and the beautiful wooded mountains beyond. We were fortunate to be staying at the nearby Lilianfels Hotel which was a l...  more »
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  • Fair food but service is quick which is great when in the mountains
  • The staff are extremely friendly and engaging but the wait time and presentation of food was a lacklustre. We waited 15 minutes for coffees and whilst waiting, had a chance to spy on the food being brought up from the kitchen. Nothing looked appetising and this also showed on the look of diners arriving to pick up their meals.
  • We thought we would treat our Mum to a nice meal in the restaurant. What a BIG MISTAKE THAT WAS. We ordered our entree of pumpkin soup with bread for three and a waldorf salad. There were 4 of us. The bread tasted stale, the bowls were shallow and large, if you set your spoon down on the edge it would fall into the soup. This happened three times to our 94 year old mother and twice to myself when breaking the stale bread to put into our soup, and when puting our spoon down to take a sip of wine. Our main meal arrived, my son had the crusted salmon dish which still had the paper on top of the salmon. We enjoyed the view but the noise of ? 100 tables and maybe at least 200 chairs dragged along the wooden floor to set up for a large function was not ideal to enjoy our meal which was at 1pm lunch time. There was no thought to applogise for our discomfort. We had an verbal appology for the paper, needless to say we will never return and I certainly would not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
  • Food in The Bar was quite good. Disadvantage, had to wait half an hour for 3 main meal. And order taking was only done by one person as well as serving the drinks. They look understaffed during our visit. Quite a nice establishment.
  • We had chicken sandwiches and house burgers at the Bar for lunch because the main resturent upstairs was not open. The chicken sandwiches were cold.Also the house burgers were very average. They were very quick to serve us though.