Napoleon Bonaparte's remains known as a major contributor to the post revolutionary modernisation of French state. His name remains an important representative of French culture and art-de-vivre abroad.
Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte, also known as Napoleon III, nephew of the aforementioned, took over the mission of his uncle in bringing France into the industrialised age. One of his achievements was to request from Bordeaux wine merchants a classification of Bordeaux wines for the Universal exposition of 1855. A classification still in use in our modern and globalised wine trade.
By calling our restaurant Napoleon, we want to pay tribute to what these two historical figures have done for French culture and wines.
Located at the entrance, Napoleon’s portrait, a unique artwork by French artist Gabriel Dufourcq, welcomes you in our restaurant. The portrait of the Emperor is painted on original documents about his political actions and leadership, dating from the 19th century.
Napoleon boasts a menu of traditional French brasserie dishes with a modern twist.
Napoleon offers the best from regional producers, as traditional ingredients are sourced from authentic French suppliers. Bursting with flavours, our meat and seafood are air flown directly from France & Australia.
Signature dishes include our famous "A la minute" Hand-Cut Grass-fed beef Tartare. A must try for meat lover!
We bring you closer to the Chateaux and Domains we love.
We are importing French wines of the highest quality, a consistent expression of their varietal and region, outperforming their price points. We guarantee the origin and the authenticity of our wines thanks to our direct relationships with wineries.