The home of Australia's Chef Hat Awards and Readers Choice Awards
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1/60 MacGregor Terrace,Bardon QLD
Had lunch today< beautiful meal and great service. Going back soon. Kelly
Tell us about your experience...great food and service. Venue offers great variety and wonderful views. Food is superb, highly recommend dining at this restaurant.
We had a fantastic Sunday lunch at Lutece Bistro & Wine Bar about a month after they opened. Amazing food, presented beautifully with a relaxed atmosphere, fantastic views and great service. Highly recommend
My favourite new restaurant ,have been 6 times already. My family love it just as much so much we are planning to hold my sister's engagement party here. Great Food, Friendly staff and an awesome view.
Make your next dining experience in Bardon one to remember at the sophisticated Lutece Bistro & Wine Bar. Classically refined, this smart set venue regales in a classic French bistro setting of crisp white linen, crystal vase lighting, dark wood fittings and floor-to-ceiling views of a breathtaking Brisbane city panorama. With over 40 years’ experience in the industry, Chef Romain Bapst has accrued a reputation of expertly crafting fine French cuisine as showcased in Lutece’s seasonal menu. Start with Lutece’s famous crab lasagne topped with creamy crustacean sauce before moving onto mains like 18 hour braised hare with Shiraz, celeriac puree and girolles mushroom ragout. Lutece’s desserts are far from an afterthought – think warm chocolate fondant with passion fruit ice cream.
Warm duck foie gras Royale & Cea’s spanner crab, baby leek and black truffle.
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