Happy dining at Josh’s

Having two very small children, we rarely get out these days for dinner. But yesterday was my husband’s birthday and what better reason to go out and celebrate with some friends ……… with the kids in tow!

We were hoping to try Red Olive in Mittagong after many recommendations we’ve had on the fabulous tapas, but unfortunately it was booked out for a private function. My parents recommended Josh’s in historic Berrima and we certainly weren’t disappointed. Naturally my husband jumped on Eatability to check it out and all the reviews were glowing.

Josh’s has a wonderful, warm atmosphere with friendly service and is BYO. The food was to die for and excellent value! I enjoyed yummy scallops wrapped in prosciutto for my entree followed by tuna on top of kipfler potatoes and capers. Yummo! We skipped desert as we had delicious caramel cheesecake waiting at home to celebrate my husband’s birthday, but the desert menu sounded delicious.

There were no problems at all accommodating our children either (4 months and 2 years), with paper and pencils provided or entertainment, as well as a high chair.

It was a great place to take our friends from Sydney – it helped to make them realise that we aren’t missing out on all the finer things that we had in Sydney in the Southern Highlands – good food and good wine!

We certainly recommend it and will be going back for sure!


One Response to Happy dining at Josh’s

  1. […] With Josh’s and Eschalot in Berrima long established as the places to dine in Berrima, it seems they are destined to dominate the local taste buds …….. and for good reason! […]

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