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Address: 1 Lake St Wentworth Falls NSW 2782
Phone: 02 4757 3311
Email: silvermere@iinet.net.au

Tags: licensed, modern australian

The opening of Nineteen23 at Wentworth Falls marks an exciting addition to the Blue Mountains dining scene. Those visiting Nineteen23 can expect a regularly changing, seasonally-driven array of share dishes that showcase produce from across the Blue Mountains and NSW Central Tablelands.

Chef David Nemeth brings experience from Sydney notables including Boathouse on Blackwattle Bay, Fix St. James and Tabou. “I’m enjoying the opportunity to use local and regional produce to deliver a wholesome, honest dining experience, without the Sydney price tag,” he says.

“Wherever possible I’m sourcing organic produce from local growers and those around the Orange, Cowra, Bathurst and Mudgee areas. It comes through the Blue Mountains daily, en route to Sydney – we’re happy to meet it halfway.”

David is joined at Nineteen23 by Pauline Hird at front of house. A trained chef and dedicated foodie herself, Pauline knows her menu inside-out, enjoys her guests and can be called on for a recommendation without the often-encountered Sydney pretence. “On a clear night,” she says, “our guests can see the lights of Sydney sparkle 100 kilometres in the distance. It’s a world away.”

Nineteen23’s spacious 30-seat dining room is part of the heritage-listed Silvermere Guest House, which sits some 910 metres above sea level, amid 6,000 square metres of cold climate gardens. Nineteen23’s marble topped tables, grand fire place and art deco chandeliers bring diners into the period ambience from where they can enjoy the surrounds through huge picture windows and framed glass doors.

Dishes come in a range of sizes. A seven-dish across-the-menu dining experience can be enjoyed for $50 per person. Add to this a $3.00 per person BYO cost and it makes for a memorable yet extremely reasonable night out.

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