By Travelzoo Staff
Historical Blue Mountains restaurant Lochiel House is offering a regional lunch or dinner experience in a unique setting, for just $49 for two people. Choose anything from the a la carte or wine menu, to the value of $100.
Why we love it
- Historical Lochiel House is offering lunch or dinner for two for only $49
- Choose anything from the a la carte menu to the value of $100, including wines
- Changing hands in 2012, the restaurant maintains its dedication to providing locally sourced, seasonal produce, while taking a more casual approach to dining, and using only ethically raised meat
- Indulge in dishes such as Lochiel House cheese soufflé with truffled vegetables, nose to tail pork with carrots, roast beetroot and local goats cheese tarte fine, and finish off with an Eton Mess
- Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Mountains, Lochiel House is a heritage cottage built in the 1800s that boasts original fireplaces along with an organic garden
- Valid for lunch or dinner from Thursday to Saturday; also available on Mondays from the end of March
Feb 21, 2013 - May 30, 2013
1259 Bells Line Of Road
Kurrajong Heights, 2758
Tel: 02 4567 7754
- After changing ownership in 2012, Lochiel House has started a new chapter in its culinary history, offering dishes made from locally grown and sustainable produce. The heritage cottage features original fireplaces, an organic garden and rustic settings.
- Dishes on the menu include:
- -Oysters, pickled cucumber, crème fraiche
- -Charcuterie board, breads and garnish
- -Gin cured salmon, horseradish, potatoes, lemon
- -Duck hearts, duck egg, market mushrooms and brioche
- -Wagyu beef tartare with grilled sourdough
- -Nose to tail pork with carrots
- -Assiette of lamb with leek & peas
- -Kingfish and braised chicken with potato and fennel
- -Beef, onions, duck egg and chips
- -Roast beetroot and local goats cheese tarte fine, walnuts, garden leaves and balsamic
- -Eton Mess
- -Pimms No 1
- -Selection of Australian cheese
- About Lochiel House: The house was built in 1825 by Joseph Douglas, a former convict, on 50 acres of land granted to him by the governor of the colony. It was originally named ‘Ivy Lodge’ and was the first accommodation house in the area. After changing hands several times over its almost 200 years of history, it was eventually converted into a café, then restaurant, while retaining its cosy charm.
The fine print
Vouchers can be redeemed for lunch or dinner from Thursday to Saturday, and Mondays from the end of March, until 30 May, 2013. Guests must be seated by 6pm on Saturday for dinner. Guests can choose any items from the a la carte and alcohol menus. Bookings are essential, subject to availability and should be made by 30 April. Quote your voucher number at time of booking.
Voucher is for two people. Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. This offer is not refundable. No cash value or cash back. Voucher must be presented on arrival and used in one visit.