Food & Wine

Any visit to the Snowy Mountains will no doubt involve searching for wonderful eateries to accompany your mountain adventures.

No matter what town you visit you will find a selection of wonderful restaurants, cafes and casual eateries with various cuisines and flavours.

Each edition of the Snowy Mountains Magazine we publish a dining guide for Thredbo, Jindabyne, Crackenback and Dalgety plus select stories during the course of the year.

Wildbrumby on the Alpine Way between Jindabyne and Thredbo is one of the most popular eateries.

As with any restaurant, and in particularly here in the mountains where seasons change vastly in temperatures you will find menus are constantly changing. We even find it hard to keep up with all the delicious dishes that constantly evolve.

Here are a just a selection of some of the great food images from some of the restaurants.
To see our current dining guide click on the Digital Edition below and scroll to the dining guides.

Jindabyne’s popular Banjo Paterson Inn offers casual dining in the downstairs Clancy’s Brasserie or the Overflow Bar

Candlelight Lodge in Thredbo Village offers superb food from hatted chef Simon Palmer.



Lake Crackenback Resort has two restaurants, Alpine Larder and Cuisine each offering a relaxing setting with lake views.
Cocina Mexican in Jindabyne’s Town Centre will excite your tastebuds.
The Denman Hotel’s Terrace Restaurant is a favourite in Thredbo Village.
When visiting Tumbarumba be sure to dine at the Elms Restaurant at the Tumbarumba Motel.
Dine at Rydges Snowy Mountains Embers Fireside restaurant in Jindabyne.
Sante Restaurant in Thredbo’s Village Sqaure.
For Japanese cuisine visit Takayama upstairs in Nugget’s Crossing Jindabyne.