Restaurants

Top Choice Cafe in Broken Hill

Silly Goat

What's this? Pour-overs and single-origin coffee in the outback? Nice work, Silly Goat. The menu here would be at home in any big-city cafe, the array of cakes is tempting, the coffee is great, and the vibe is busy …
Modern Australian in Broken Hill

Café Alfresco

This friendly, all-day place pulls an unfussy local crowd pining for its bumper portions of meat dishes (classics like steak and chicken parma) and crowd-pleasing pizza and pasta. The service is the best in town and…
Modern Australian in Broken Hill

The Astra

Dining at the Astra is a classy affair, with a varied menu of Modern Australian cuisine and upscale pub fare from juicy steaks, seafood dishes including oysters, to pizza, pasta, generous burgers and nightly chef's …
Cafe in Broken Hill

Thom, Dick & Harry's

A narrow shop cluttered with stylish kitchenware and gourmet produce. Sit in among it (or out on the street) for a decent coffee and delicious baguette.
Fast Food in Broken Hill

Hocko's Chicken Shop

You can't go past Hocko's for the best fried chicken and general fast-food goodness (burgers, fries, all top-notch!) in Broken Hill.
Australian in Broken Hill

Silvers Restaurant

It's not cheap, but the unassuming restaurant at Broken Hill's Junction Hotel offers a surprise: tucked among the traditional classics is a selection of tasty curry dishes (veggie, goat, lamb kofta, Sri Lankan chick…
Modern Australian in Broken Hill

Royal Exchange Hotel

For an upmarket dining experience, the Royal Exchange Hotel does gourmet takes on Australian staples, such as scallops wrapped in pancetta. Consider stopping by for breakfast.
Cafe in Broken Hill

Bells Milk Bar

In South Broken Hill (follow Crystal St west from the train station), this old milk bar is a slice of 1950s nostalgia, but a more than a little over-rated. Still, it's nice enough to sip on a 'soda spider' or over-p…