Luc-San’s French-Japanese Bottomless Brunch Is Sydney’s First!

Eat, Sydney / 27 May 2024
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Luc-San’s French-Japanese Bottomless Brunch Is Sydney’s First!

Eat, Sydney / 27 May 2024

Luc-San elevates the weekend ritual with French-inspired sauces and Japanese favourites, all served bottomlessly!

Looking to shake up your usual weekend routine? Sydney’s brunch scene just got a whole lot more interesting with the launch of Luc-San’s Bottomless Sundays. This innovative Potts Point restaurant and bar is offering a unique twist on the classic brunch, merging French and Japanese culinary traditions into a playful and delicious seven-course experience.

For just $95 per person, Executive Chef Luke Mangan and French-trained Head Chef Sammy Narang have taken inspiration from both French and Japanese cuisines, creating a menu that’s both familiar and refreshingly different.

Luc-San Bottomless Brunch Drinks & Snacks

Start your Sunday off with the reimagined eggs benedict – robata-grilled bacon skewers paired with creamy gruyere cheese, a touch of smokiness from the cured egg, and a surprising yet delightful addition of nori seaweed, all tied together with a classic French béarnaise sauce. This dish exemplifies Luc-San’s approach; playful twists on well-loved staples, showcasing the versatility of both French and Japanese techniques.

The menu continues to delight with a mix of sweet and savoury. Indulge in a pull-apart honey-garlic glazed brioche roll, a nod to French patisserie, but with a Japanese twist – the butter is infused with shio koji, a fermented rice paste that adds a subtle depth of flavour. Edamame, a Japanese bar staple, gets a flavour boost with a sprinkle of espelette pepper, and a touch of French flair.

Luc-San Bottomless Brunch Guests Dining

For those with a hankering for something more substantial, Luc-San’s Bottomless Sundays cater to all appetites. Japanese fried chicken glazed in a tangy sauce gribiche sits alongside melt-in-your-mouth Ora King salmon and kingfish nigiri, their freshness accentuated by a finger lime dressing and the familiar kick of wasabi.

Continuing the theme of cultural fusion, Chef Narang’s take on ratatouille pays homage to both French tradition and sustainable practices. This classic French dish, traditionally a way to use up leftover vegetables, is reimagined with seasonal ingredients, showcasing Luc-San’s commitment to fresh, local produce.

Luc-San Bottomless Brunch Picks

And no brunch is complete without dessert! Luc-San offers a DIY sundae station, letting you unleash your inner child. Choose from vanilla or yuzu soft-serve ice cream, and top it off with a selection of decadent sauces like salted miso caramel or a refreshing sakura berry lime creation.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a bottomless brunch without the bottomless drinks! Luc-San offers a free-flowing selection of beer, wine, and non-alcoholic options. For those seeking a boozier experience, there’s an optional $35 per person add-on package featuring a range of creative cocktails, including yuzu and chilli margaritas, Aperol spritzes, and classic French 75s.

With its spacious and stylish interior, Luc-San offers the perfect setting for a relaxed and enjoyable Sunday afternoon with a vibrant atmosphere, delicious food, and free-flowing drinks – all with a unique French-Japanese twist.

Book your table here.

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