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The Best Cafes in the Blue Mountains for a Gourmet Bite

Whether you are after casual cafe fare or elevated brunch bites, these are the best cafes in the Blue Mountains to try.

Sorensen's Glasshouse & Gardens

The Blue Mountains is a destination worth exploring for countless reasons, and one of our favourite reasons is the thriving culinary scene.

Prepare to indulge in wholesome fare and start your day right, savouring fresh local produce and supporting small businesses dedicated to creating a truly memorable foodie experience.

Join us as we unveil the ultimate guide to the best cafes the Blue Mountains has to offer.

Black Cockatoo Bakery

Black Cockatoo Bakery

One of our favourite things to do when we leave the city is hit up a country bakery for some crumbly pastries and fresh loaves of bread. Black Cockatoo Bakery makes this ritual even better, with barista-made coffee, hot drinks and warm cups of tea.

A beautiful spot for a rest stop, the display of sweet and savoury pastries is hard to resist, but the good news is they make for some tasty fuel for a day of exploring the Blue Mountains!

Shop 1/1 Staples Crescent, Lawson

165 Katooma Street, Katoomba



Known for its high-quality service, premium dining and hyper-local ingredients, BLAQ is hard to miss as one of the best restaurants and cafes in the Blue Mountains.

Located inside a beautifully renovated motel, The Kyah, BLAQ is open early for breakfast 7 days a week, dishing up some seriously fresh dishes, including eggs hatched from the property's very own chickens. Talk about from farm to plate!

13 - 17 Brightlands Avenue, Blackheath

Blue Mist Cafe

Blue Mist Cafe

This hybrid and oh-so-charming bookshop-cafe is the quintessential place to waste away an afternoon in the Blue Mountains. Grab a seat upstairs in the bookstore, find a cosy nook, curl up with a cuppa from Blue Mist Cafe and get lost in a good read.

It doesn't get much better than this, particularly on a cold winters day!

8 Station Street, Wentworth Falls

Megalong Valley Tearooms

The Megalong Valley Tearooms

In the 20s and 30s, the Megalong Valley was home to nine tearooms. Today, there’s just a handful left, and a cuppa at The Megalong Valley Tearooms is well worth a visit. As you look over the rugged mountains, you’ll be served Devonshire tea and scones with clotted cream.

If scones aren't your thing, the all-day breakfast and lunch menu will be sure to have something to satisfy your cravings, with all the classics available, along with great coffee.

824 Megalong Road, Megalong Valley

dbl Ristretto

dbl Ristretto

Over in Springwood, these guys take their coffee seriously. Each cup at dbl Ristretto is made with love, and Proud Mary beans reign supreme. For those with dietary requirements, don't fret! There are plenty of gluten-free and dairy-free options, along with healthy smoothies and raw treats.

A beautiful, calm space warmly welcomes visitors in for a warm cup of coffee, and when the weather permits there's seating outdoors to soak up the sunshine and that crisp Blue Mountains air.

212 Macquarie Road, Springwood

Sorensen's Glasshouse & Gardens

Sorensen's Glasshouse & Gardens

Sitting pretty on Herbert Street, Sorensen's Glasshouse & Gardens combines opulence with function. The glasshouse and grounds are stunning and pair perfectly with their beautiful menu of cafe delicacies.

From Belgian caramel waffles to their shakshuka, you'll find yourself sipping and snacking the day away surrounded by storybook scenery.

8 Herbert Street, Leura 



For fun, style, creativity and deliciousness, look no further than Glenbrook's Kickaboom. This stylish specialty coffee house serves up solid brews alongside an inventive menu of turned-up brunch classics that will have your tastebuds begging for more.

There are takeaway options too, just in case you would rather save your tasty treat for later.

Shop 1/6 Ross Street, Glenbrook



For the ultimate caffeine fix that meets sky-high coffee snob standards, Cassiopeia over-delivers. This espresso bar roasts its own beans, and you can taste the love and passion for coffee in every sip.

Pair your brew with a delectable snack and you have yourself the perfect way to start the day in the Blue Mountains!

Katoomba, Springwood & Windsor


fed Blue Mountains

Nestled in the picturesque Wentworth Falls, fed reigns supreme as one of the best cafés in the Blue Mountains. Boasting a cosy and rustic ambience, fed serves up a delectable array of locally sourced delights.

From hearty brekkie options to mouth-watering pastries, this cafe is a haven for food enthusiasts seeking a truly satisfying culinary experience.

6 Station Street, Wentworth Falls

Cafe 2773

Cafe 2773 Glenbrook

This local cafe hotspot in Glenbrook serves up delicious brunch classics during the day and flavoursome, modern Australian dishes at night. Cafe 2773  boasts a fantastic outdoor area perfect for Sunday brunching that has the locals lining up each weekend.

If you stick around til the afternoon on warmer days, the kids (and the big kids alike) will love a sweet treat from the ice cream truck.

19 Ross Street, Glenbrook

Loved our edit of the best cafes in the Blue Mountains? For more local inspo, head to our Blue Mountains suburb guide. Looking to travel further? Be sure to check out our Destinations guides.

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