Discover the best restaurant in Cooma, Australia including Capital Dial-A-Pizza, Lott Food Store Bakery & Cafe, Rose's Lebanese Restaurant, Kuma Pies and Pastries, The Alpine Hotel Restaurant Cooma, Pha's Thai Kitchen, Kettle & Seed, Miss Heidi's Tea House, P.D. Murphy Cafe, Grand Court Chinese Restaurant
Things to do in Cooma
4.5 based on 156 reviews
4 based on 259 reviews
Good coffee and a fine breakfast from this providore on the main road through Cooma. Very helpful staff (lovely German waitress whose name escapes me at moment) at front of house and access to daily papers. Recommended.
4.5 based on 192 reviews
What the!.....the falafel entree was dry and flavorless.....the chicken kabab and the kibbeh was the same again....the staff and service was excellent....if you have eaten leb food in Sydney/melb or even Lebanon.....don't waste your time n money at this place...
4.5 based on 125 reviews
This little cafe bakes and sells pies, cakes and top quality French style patisserie. You can eat in and enjoy a tea and a delicious sweet treat. Out of the ordinary for a small country town
4 based on 143 reviews
Love the roaring log fire and the decor of this dining room. Art Deco in design and great to see it has been preserved. Lovely fresh white cotton table cloths/serviettes. Food very good standard pub menu. Reasonably priced.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
Pha's Thai Kitchen is upstairs, and not open Monday nights. At the top of the stairs there is a red door, but don't go in: it's the kitchen! Turn left past the toilets (one door wide open when we arrived, and both wide open when we left!! Not good.) and go in the other unmarked door for the restaurant. Service started well, but then one waitress spent almost all her time chatting to one couple, so the service to other customers went way down. The Pad Thai was very good, and certainly a big meal to eat completely. The Chicken Stir-Fry became a "find the chicken" game, as there were only about half a dozen coin-sized bits. Very inadequate. The wine list (by the glass) was quite restricted.
We won't be going back to this restaurant if we visit Cooma again.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
I sat at the only table left, had a sensational soup and a really wonderful coffee. I offered other seats at the table to a lovely couple from Adaminaby and was so glad I did. They were great company. Staff were so lovely, they know how to present a welcoming environment.
4.5 based on 133 reviews
Heidi's Tea House is a cosy Austrian/German Tea house set in the hills of the snowy region with fantastic views. The Tea House itself is a hand built log cabin that was built 45 years ago by the current owners. Inside you will find an open wood fireplace to warm yourself on those cold winter days and a quaint decor featuring German knick-knacks and beautiful paintings of the Alps. The menu is filled with traditional Austrian/German meals such as Veal Schnitzel, Apple Strudel and of course our famous Pancakes. If you are lucky you might even get to feed the local wildlife.
4 based on 76 reviews
Arrived in Cooma mid morning and had breakfast here. The place was packed which is a good sign. Had a bacon and egg roll and a melt - both were excellent and cooked to order.
Then had two of the best coffees we have had for ages.
We found ourselves returning through Cooma around 2pm so we went back for lunch. We shared a wonderful roast vegetable salad and a freshly squeezed juice.
Staff are attentive and friendly. The prices are very reasonable: the bacon and egg roll was around $7 and the salad around $10.
We wish it was our local.
Recommended if you are travelling through Cooma and looking for coffee and a bite to eat.
4 based on 50 reviews
Ordered takeaway from the restaurant mid week and was very pleasantly surprised at the quality and beautiful taste of the food. We had Mongolian Beef and Mild Green Curry Chicken, Special fried rice and a few other nibblies..
All the food was absolutely delicious, fresh and very tasty. Will definitely eat there when next in Cooma. Highly recommended to those who have discerning taste for a broad range of Asian food or who just want a great value meal. The serves were very generous in size as well as meat portions of the meal (where others try to skimp, Grand Court holds it own offering a great ratio of meat to sauce) There is clearly great pride taken by the chefs in the way they prepare their food. From the minute I walked in the door I felt welcomed - lovely lovely people.
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