When the First Fleet first arrived in Sydney – the colonials would let their sheep graze here – on the shores at Campbells Cove. But now, it’s the humans that come to dine here – at this iconic spot and now dining precinct.
Luna Lu is a modern, Asian-fusion restaurant, with stellar views, out over two of the country’s biggest icons – the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Highlight dishes include the Cured Hokkaido Scallops and the Lobster and King Prawn Wontons. Signature dishes include the Ikejimi Coral Trout and the Glacier 51 Toothfish, finished with a red curry from Central Thailand. For meat lovers, the Munakata F1 Beef from Fukuoka is melt-in-your-mouth!
For a special occasion, there are several private dining rooms and if you’re after a completely unique dining experience, the Dining Dome is a clear bubble dome, outside overlooking the water, where you can enjoy a set degustation meal, and incredible harbour views – no matter the weather!
Luna Lu has a strong commitment to sustainability, with an indoor herb and edible plant vertical garden, so you know that your meal here will not only be delicious, but ethical and sustainable too.