The Blue Mountains: Top 5 burgers to try this Autumn
As the Autumn temperatures drop we can’t help but crave satisfying comfort food.
Whether you’re fuelling up for an epic bushwalk or just a connoisseur of the genre, the Blue Mountains are packed with premium burgers bound to delight the tastebuds.
8 Things, Katoomba
As the name suggests, 8 Things works on a rotating menu featuring eight popular street foods from around the globe.
Check out the Scenic World team’s beloved NYC Cheese Burger. With its juicy wagyu beef patty and smoked cheddar cheese sandwiched between the perfect brioche bun, you’ll be hooked from the first bite!
8 Things are BYO so grab your favourite drop to pair with your patties.
Palette Dining, Katoomba
Palette Dining offers a modern à la carte menu downstairs in their elegantly simple bistro, but upstairs in the bar the burgers are served hot and the cocktails & craft brews are cold.
This fun bar menu offers an American burger experience with a difference.
Try the beef cheek burger with slaw and candied jalapenos for a burger with a bite!
Pay attention on approach – Palette Dining is located in one of Katoomba’s best examples of 1920’s architecture, the Niagara.
Shuttle Stop Corner Store & Take Away, Katoomba
This hole in the wall corner store receives consistent reviews from Blue Mountains residents and visitors lucky enough to stumble upon it. It provides a classic Australian milk bar experience right down to the beetroot on the burgers and the chicken salt on the chips.
Drop by this iconic family owned and operated store on your walk to see another Mountains icon, the Three Sisters.
EATS270, Scenic World
After an action-packed morning filled with unlimited rides and the Sculpture at Scenic World outdoor gallery, refuel at Scenic World’s onsite eatery, EATS270.
The signature Angus beef burger with steakhouse chips always tops the bestsellers, served up with breathtaking panoramas of the Three Sisters and Jamison Valley.
EATS270 is open every day of the year from 11am.
The Cheese Steak Factory, Lawson
The name may say cheese steak but the reviews scream burgers!
This menu is packed mouth-watering options (hello mozzarella sticks!) but we can’t go past the Factory Bacon Burger with its homemade beef patty, grilled bacon and lettuce on a classic milk bun.
Just off the highway in the village of Lawson, the Cheese Steak Factory makes the perfect lunchtime pit stop if you’re travelling through the Blue Mountains.