Celebrity Chef Luke Mangan Reopens His Sydney Harbour Bridge Restaurant

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Celebrity Australian chef and restaurateur Luke Mangan, of Glass Brasserie and Luc-San amongst others, is reopening his exclusive sky-high culinary experience Luke's Table on Sydney Harbour Bridge.

The 20-seater eatery will be situated 200 steps up atop the Pylon Lookout boasting unrivalled views across the Harbour and is returning for a special summer series featuring a refreshed menu set to ignite your taste buds, a signature three-course dining experience thoughtfully curated with the finest and freshest Australian ingredients.

The restaurant's website says of the experience: The evening will begin with a welcome reception including mocktail upon arrival in the lower lever event space. This will be followed by a short personalised tour of the Pylon Lookout & Museum, immersing guests in the Bridge's history as they make their way up the 200 steps (no lift) to the Lookout level, where guests will enjoy the unique and elevated dining experience 87 metres above sea level.

Since opening for reservations, the restaurant's 12 publicly available dates, at AUD$345 per person between 6th December and 29th February quickly sold out.

Luke Mangan is a leading Australian restaurateur and chef. His influence on the food and wine industry can be found across the country, from the carriages of the Eastern Oriental Express, to the sea aboard P&O Carnival Cruise ships, serving healthy and high quality restaurant food at the Mater Private Hospital Brisbane, pleasing customers at Luke's Kitchen at Kimpton Margot Hotel Sydney, Luc-San at Potts Point and, soon, Luke's Bistro & Bar in the Sydney Domestic Qantas Airport Terminal.

Find out more about both Luke Mangan and the new Luke's Table restaurant here.