Lutèce Bistro & Wine Bar – Brisbane – 07 3161 1858

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Mark Barry of Mad Bastard Wines of Finery comes to Lutèce

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 We are thrilled to announce that we will be joining forces with the talented Mark Barry from ‘Mad Bastards Wines of Finery’ on April 29 for a distinctive five-course dinner.

Each course pays homage to our signature style, traditional French cuisine, and has been perfectly paired with wines from the Mad Bastard range.

Prepared by our head chef and owner, Romain Bapst, guests can expect the highest quality of cuisine including courses for a myriad of tastes, from duck right through to Murray River Perch. See the full menu here.

Mark Barry is a legend in the field of winemaking, originally breaking into the industry under the guidance of his father, Jim Barry from Jim Barry wines.

After a short break from the industry in 2005, Mark took the reigns in his career by launching into his first solo venture, opening ‘Mad Bastards Wines of Finery’. Since then, Mark has focused his efforts on producing quality wines with unique flavours.

At $120 per person, this not-to-be-missed culinary event will not disappoint. Bookings are essential so to secure your place, please contact us on (07) 3161 1858 or email us at

Easter Trading at Lutèce

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Easter has come around again and we at Lutèce have decided to extend our trading hours to let you make the most of the long weekend period.

We’ll have our full a la carte menu available on Good Friday and on the weekend – including Easter Sunday.

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Philippe Mouchel is coming to Lutèce

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We are thrilled to be welcoming one of the world’s finest French chefs, Philippe Mouchel, to Lutèce as our guest chef on Wednesday April 2 for our lunch and dinner service.

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Second black truffle celebration dinner set for March 13

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We’re proud to announce we’re treating you all to a second black truffle celebration dinner on March 13 to show off the black winter truffle melanosporum from Perigord, France.

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Lien Yeomans and Hentley Farm are coming to Lutèce

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We are proud and excited to welcome Guest Chef Lien Yeomans, author of the best selling cookbook Green Papaya, and her “Memories of Taste” to Lutèce on Wednesday, February 26.

Lien Yeomans started her apprenticeship when she was nine in pre 1950s Hanoi and grew through her devouring of Vietnamese cookery books upon her arrival in Sydney in the early 1960s. Lien is the founding owner of Green Papaya, a Brisbane staple in introducing diners to the fresh, exciting flavours of Vietnamese cuisine.

The seven-course dinner will be matched with seven wines from Hentley Farm Wines from the Barossa Valley in South Australia. Hentley Farm specializes in producing premium quality single-estate and single-block wines solely from the vines grown on their Seppeltsfield property on the banks of Greenock Creek.   Since the first vintage in 2002, Hentley Farm has cemented itself as one of Australia’s leading boutique wineries, being awarded a rare 5 red-stars and placed in the top 3.8% of all Australian wineries by acclaimed wine writer James Halliday, with the comment “It hardly needs to be said the emphasis is on quality”.

Dishes on the evening will include prawn and crab crispy rice paper rolls with glass noodle, shiitake mushroom and black fungus with a dipping sauce, fresh herbs and pickles, matched with a 2013 Hentley Farm Pinot Grigio and Lien’s Emperor pork: thrice red cooked pork with spices, granny smith, cucumber and ruby grapefruit salad with sticky rice balls alongside a 2010 Hentley Farm “The Clos Otto” Shiraz.

The dinner costs $135 per person and is on Wednesday 26th February 2014, 6.30 for 7pm. See the menu here. Bookings can be made on (07) 3161 1858 or by emailing