If you’ve always wanted to take a trip to the South of France but never had the opportunity, or you’ve already been and miss the incredible food, Loluk Bistro on Bourke Street is the perfect place for you. This Sydney restaurant was established by two brothers, Luc & Loic, who aim to share a piece of the French way of life with local food lovers, Francophiles and casual diners. The food at Loluk Bistro is rustic, old-fashioned and unpretentious, with dishes that are comforting and reminiscent of something a French grandmother might whip up. Loluk Bistro is unlike anywhere else in Surry Hills – do yourself a favour and reserve a table before they fill up!
Tasty authentic French cuisine. Generous servings and great service in an intimate setting. Leave room for the Rum Baba for dessert. Great dinner, thank you.
Great place .... Amazing food, we already have our favourites!!!!! Nice people in a cool French atmosphere. A place to recommend and it's not because I'm French it's just because they are doing an amazing job!!!!!!! WORTH trying
We had a wonderful time on Saturday night the 4 of us had great food wine and the service was the best. The ambiance is warm and friendly and the service likewise
Every thing about Loluk was great, the food, wine and the friendly service. Will be back as soon as we can and enjoy another great experience,
We have been to this resturant 4 times in 10days just love it. Luke the one brother greets us ,service is wonderful and the food is to die for. It never falters and the food is v good every time We can highly recommend this place as the best french food in Sydney FAb Fab Fab
From whoa to go, our meal was delightful. The service was attentive and helpful. We both had the gravalax which was delicious and the steak tartare pleased my friend to no end. The nicoise tart was very tasty. My friend enjoyed her chocolate fondant. The ambiance was very special. We shall return!
A lovely homely feel restaurant, with typical French favourite dishes, as well as an adequate variety of other tasty dishes ! Prices are medium - high, with a broad selection of French/International wines at different price points. Service was friendly, without being overbearing at our table of 4 on a Friday evening. Will try the weekend Breakfast next time.
Very good restaurant - the service was just right (friendly but not too intrusive) - a small but interesting wine list and the food was of a high quality and very tasty - a little expensive perhaps but in line with a lot of other eastern suburbs "fine diners" - we would go there again
Delicious and authentic french cuisine and service - we had the duck and salmon and both were fantastic, house wine was good (NZ pinot noir) and the cheeses (straight from France) are a mus!
Really enjoyed the food , the staff, the wine, the space. The reason that I can't give it a 6 is that the music was very annoying.Poor quality sound meant that it was more noise than music Rosemarie