Where are places to eat [in] Broken Hill? A question that we are often asked when guests check-in at the Lodge Outback Motel, to make it easy we have put together a list of recommendations.
With the Lodge located only a 10-minute walk down to the main street we recommend visitors start their culinary experience there.
If you rather cook your own meal we have a BBQ available on-site and are happy to supply additional plates if required. Our rooms are all equipped with Microwaves for those who prefer a heated meal.
Places for eating
Broken Earth Cafe & Wine Bar, Federation Way
With its location on the Line of Lode in an iconic building, the Broken Earth Complex & Café has the best view of town. You can enjoy the view with a Coffee, Tea and or light lunch.
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Astra Hotel, 393 Argent St
Located on the main street the Astra Hotel offers an Australian menu with a variety of entrees, main dishes and desserts. The restaurant part of the hotel is neatly decorated with local art, on selected Saturdays live music is played.
Exchange Restaurant, 320 Argent St
Art décor style dining room with a fireplace, live music and a classic style menu with a good wine selection. The restaurant is part of the Royal Exchange Hotel located opposite the iconic post office.
Masallas, 38 Chloride St
Broken Hill’s own Indian take-away, located in a converted petrol station. Masalla serve delicious food prepared as you wait, always fresh and generous serves. There is opportunity for seating outside. Delivery is available at a fee.
Palace Hotel, 227 Argent St
The Palace has a front-end bar and a restaurant at the back. Serving an Australian Pub style menu with vegetarian options available. Famous for being the place where Priscilla Queen of the Desert was filmed, regular events of two-ups and Drag Queen Bingo are hosted.
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