Immersive Dining at Bar Lulu

At this harbourfront diner in Campbells Cove, you can experience a blend of gourmet Asian-fusion cuisine, magical projections and iconic views.
Maxim Boon
Published on June 28, 2024


A new dining experience at harbourfront restaurant Luna Lu's promises to be a feast for all the senses, complete with one of the most iconic views on the planet. Using dynamic digital design and projection technology, the first-floor bar of this Asian-fusion fine diner — set within a historic 180-year-old heritage dockland building overlooking the Campbells Cove promenade, with uninterrupted views of the Sydney Opera House — is transformed into an underwater wonderland, a tranquil Chinese garden and a cosmic star scape as diners enjoy their meal. 

Every Thursday and Sunday evening, this immersive dining adventure melds gourmet cuisine with a sense of wonder. While a la carte dining is available with a $40 entry fee per diner, there is also a three-course set menu available for $120 per head, featuring Luna Lu's most popular signature dishes, including its indulgent honey yuzu crispy fried chicken and the restaurant's unique take on Peking duck, infused with rose wine and served with a 24-hour tamarind jus alongside the usual trimmings. The meal concludes with an elevated riff on the famous street treat, deep-fried ice cream, flavoured with pandan.

Bookings require a two-person minimum, but the entire dining space can be reserved for larger parties. The digital displays can be tailored to any event's needs, whether celebrating a birthday, an anniversary or even a wedding. 

While the projections will certainly wow guests, the biggest gasps will inevitably be reserved for the spectacular attraction across the water — few restaurants in Sydney can boast a better vantage point on the architectural masterpiece of the Sydney Opera House than Bar Lulu. 


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