• Changes to opening hours

    From the week beginning on the 27th of February, Luxembourg will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Luxembourg will be open for dinner Wednesday - Sunday and for lunch on Fridays and Sundays. We will be moving BYO night to Wednesday night.

    We look forward to welcoming you all to the restaurant very soon.

  • Le Cinq à Sept!

    Le Cinq à Sept, literally translates as "five to seven" and has various connotations across Europe in its meaning. At Luxembourg, daily between 5pm to 7pm, enjoy half price oysters coupled couple with a lush drink special, see our menu for more details.

  • BYO every Wednesday night at Luxembourg

    Every Wednesday evening, we invite you to bring a special bottle from your cellar to pair with our menu. Corkage is $10 per bottle and you can book online or contact us on +61 3 9525 4488.

  • The Sunday Lunch

    Sunday afternoons are made for relaxed meals with family and friends. A chance to spend a few quality hours with your favourite people, and enjoy a shared meal at your own pace. 

    Every Sunday we offer a shared Sunday lunch menu for $55 per person. The menu focuses on seasonal ingredients in their peak, and gives our chefs a chance to experiment and create new dishes based on the day's bounty from our favourite farms. The menu changes each and every week, so you'll never have the same meal twice. Another good reason to make us your Sunday regular.

  • Thursday night is now Moules-Frites night at Luxembourg!

    Moules-Frites is a perennial French favourite and we can assure good times when you try ours. 1kg of Portarlington farmed mussels are steamed with white wine and garlic butter and simply served with a side of crispy, hot French fries.

    $25 per person every Thursday.

  • Luxembourg 64 on Gourmet Traveller's Top 100 List

    Luxembourg ranks at number 64 this year in Gourmet Travellers top 100 restaurants!


Named after the Jardin du Luxembourg in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, Luxembourg is a European bar and bistro, combining classic fare with head chef Chris Watson’s contemporary experience.

In partnership with restaurateur Andrew McConnell, the pair have created a sophisticated space comfortable for a relaxed lunch, le cinq à sept with friends or an evening spent sharing dishes from the full a la carte menu.

Luxembourg’s carefully crafted wine list showcases a broad range of hand crafted wines from smaller producers, with a focus on low intervention styles, complemented by a selection of classic favourites.

Join us soon, we look forward to welcoming you.