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Dry-aged Macedon duck breast, with celeriac and radicchio.
Celebrating Melbourne’s history of Italian immigrants and evolution into a cosmopolitan culinary city, Luci is a contemporary Australian restaurant housed within the grand hall of the historic Equity Chambers Building on Bourke Street. Its art deco-style dining room – designed by Bates Smart – provides a sophisticated backdrop to Executive Chef Sam Moore’s contemporary menu with Italian accents. Breakfast plates present like fried duck egg with roast squash, pear, duck ham and hazelnut; while the lunch crowd enjoys pan-roasted barramundi, Sicilian-style cauliflower and fries. Pair a glass of wine with an evening starter of garlic and rosemary focaccia and a serve of Hiramasa kingfish, oranges, grapefruit and radish; followed by dry-aged Macedon duck breast, celeriac and radicchio.
472 Bourke Street, Melbourne CBD 3000 VIC - See Map
Somerville Beetroot, Avocado and Cashew - Chef Recipe by Sam Moore
A vegan entrée dish which is perfect for an elegant dinner party, or backyard cocktail night. We cre...
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Seats: 120 Chef: Sam Moore