Good food and drink great atmosphere, served by very friendly staff while having a few laughs with other patrons
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we went to this cafe after 13 K walking from My. kozzie summit.it's very busy in the afternoon after everybody heading back from trail goes to refresh oneself.the price is higher than at ground, thredbo village.the taste of food is average. if you don't mind eating with high altitude view, go to village square .more choices for us
We had an enjoyable light lunch and coffee here on a recent day in March. Rain started after we finished our short walk and thus it was a great place to have lunch in a warm dry place
At the top of the mountain. Great place for breakfast. Splendid views over Thredbo and the snowy mountains. Team was very welcoming and great customer service. Breakfast was very good. Very recommended for families.
Great place for a coffee/hot drinks and assorted food. Can't beat the view! Catch the chairlift up for a spectacular ride and watch the mountain bikers race down. Great range of hot drinks available and range of food for afternoon tea. Quick service. Many options for afterwards, including walking up further or down to Thredbo, or for a thrill, catch... More
After a walk to top of Mt Kosciusko it was nice to relax with a pretty great view. Food was good, not fantastic, but appreciated. Staff friendly..
It is lovely after a walk to go to a panoramic view restaurant. Food is good, lots of different hot chocolades. Service friendly. It is busy.
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