Romain Bapst is one of Brisbane’s most celebrated and loved chefs . His restaurant boasts sweeping views over Brisbane is Bardon's elegant, tres Parisien Lutece Bistro & Wine Bar. The restaurant offers a menu of French classics, like braised beef cheek and escargot. Like any bistro worth its salt, Lutece offers a prix fixe menu at lunchtime, which provides excellent value on seasonal dishes. Surprisingly, the wine list is a mixture of French and Australian labels, so there's no snobbery to be had here.
Bardon. an inner suburb of the City of Brisbane, Queensland.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Bapst's newest menu, featuring an array of les cocottes (dishes cooked in cast-iron pots), braised beef Baeckeoffe and the famous Cea's spanner crab lasagne, is based on an ethos of superior produce prepared in a simple way that preserves its integrity, with dishes created using only the very finest local and French produce, including Moreton Bay bugs & Duck foie gras.
Indulge in Romain's deboned and 24 hours braised stuffed oxtail with celeriac purée, mushroom and truffles, or if you're feeling more adventurous, try the homemade terrine and pressée of calves tongue with duck foie gras served with onion and fig marmalade. Diners at Lutece will enjoy sweeping views over Mt Coot-Tha and the surrounding area from the restaurant and bar, with seating for 80.
Lunch and dinner Tuesday to Saturday