Bruno Loubet

March 1st, 2008

Bruno & tagine low res.jpgBruno Loubet has headed up the kitchen at Baguette for almost a year  now, and without doubt he is the best head chef we have had in 31 years of operation … and we’ve employed some pretty good chefs.  He comes from traditional French training and upbringing and in his early 20s became a celebrity chef in England.  He was Raymond Blanc’s head chef at Le Manoir aux Quat’Saison (2 Michelin stars) at 24 years old, and earned his own Michelin star at Four Seasons at 29 years.  He went on to open his own restaurant, Bruno’s Bistrot, and it was voted Best New Restaurant in the UK. A TV series and 2 books followed.

Fortunately he chose lifestyle over celebrity status and brought his family to Brisbane 6 years ago.  He owned his own restaurant here (Bruno’s Tables) which won 2 stars from Gourmet Traveller, and then went on to head up the kitchens at Berardo’s at Noosa, awarded Best Regional Restaurant in Australia by Gourmet.

Now at Baguette, his food is simply superb — modern French — and you can find his menus at

2 Responses to “Bruno Loubet”

  1. Chrison 28 Oct 2008 at 5:51 am

    I just stumbled across this blog after reading up on the restaurant today while writing my review. I thoroughly enjoyed my meal at Baguette last night and can attest to the quality of the kitchen’s produce. My review is available on my personal restaurant review blog:


  2. go right here nowon 18 Oct 2012 at 11:46 pm

    Great website, maybe we can share links?

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