WIN 6-Course Izakaya-Style Feast For Four At Luc-San

Eat, Restaurants, Sydney / 6 November 2023

Luke Mangan is putting on a multi-course feast for you and three friends at his latest Japanese-meets-French venue in Potts Points, Luc-San.

Nestled discreetly on Penny’s Lane in the vibrant neighbourhood of Potts Point, Luc-San has emerged as the culinary revelation brought to life by the seasoned chef and restaurateur, Luke Mangan. With a remarkable career spanning three decades, Mangan’s latest venture, Luc-San, has already made waves in Sydney’s dining scene, offering a fresh and exciting take on the fusion of French and Japanese cuisines.

You might recognise Luke Mangan from his renowned Luke’s Kitchen, situated inside the newly renovated Kimpton Margot, but Luc-San is an entirely different experience. This relaxed dining spot provides a respite from the hustle and bustle of nearby Kings Cross, inviting guests to savour a delectable marriage of French and Japanese flavours. In essence, it’s a French Izakaya, where the artistry of both cuisines melds seamlessly into a culinary symphony.

Mangan’s deep-rooted love for French and Japanese cuisines shines brilliantly at Luc San. Here, you’ll encounter French culinary finesse interwoven with the nuanced flavours of Japan. What sets Luc-San apart is Mangan’s commitment to using the freshest locally sourced ingredients, some even hailing from his very own garden.

The winner of the giveaway will enjoy the 6-course set menu which includes a collection of Luc-San’s best dishes. Think Market Fish Sashimi with a zesty mandarin ponzu, Pork & Apple Skewers cooked straight on the Robata Grill for maximum flavour, Soba Noodle Salad with peanut, sesame, and dijon rayu, a decadent Duck with ume and burnt orange, as well as the refreshing Soft Meringue with yuzu curd, brandy cumquats, and finger lime.

The ambiance at Luc-San is moody and dimly lit, setting the stage for an intimate dining experience. As you step inside, a striking red terrazzo bar greets you, complemented by warm grey textured walls and a soft neutral palette. The restaurant’s artistic flair is amplified by two murals adorning the walls, each portraying the profile of a woman – one French, the other Japanese – creating a visual connection between the menu and the ambiance. Find out more here.