Chef Luke Mangan does a new bottomless brunch at Glass Brasserie Sydney

A plate of chicken on a table with hands holding cutlery going to cut into it

Dining at a hatted restaurant needn’t break the bank. And what better way to enjoy a superb, yet affordable five course brunch at a leisurely pace on a lazy Sunday, surrounded by elegant interiors and two hours of bottomless Aperol Spritz or French Rosé. WithEasy’ by The Commodores playing in the background, the scene is set for a pretty relaxed, yet memorable weekend graze. 

People table restaurant

So where is this sweet setting, you ask? It’s Sunday Brunch with Luke at glass, located on level two at Hilton Sydney. Now open on Sundays for lunch, Luke Mangan has curated a stunning five course menu to be enjoyed over two hours at a very reasonable $75 per person.


Mangan says his new Sunday offering at glass has been designed to be both fun-filled and relaxed. The innovative Mangan and his talented team have delivered on both fronts. 

Luke Mangan chef

“To me, in a world where we are all too busy, there’s no better way than putting food in the middle of the table to help us connect with each other and the incredible Australian produce you can experience right here in the heart of Sydney’s CBD,” says Mangan. 

First course kicks off with delicious salmon rillettes with pickled cucumber and crumpets. This is followed by a colourful zucchini flower dish bursting with gorgonzola, on top with beetroot hummus with corn and soft herbs. 

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Third course is the Japanese-inspired crab omelette, okonomiyaki, bonito flakes with nori, Japanese mayonnaise and ginger garnish. The flavours in this dish are phenomenal and if you’re familiar with traditional okonomiyaki from Osaka and Hiroshima, you will appreciate Luke’s respectful interpretation of this very popular Japanese dish. 

Food wrap

Just when you thought things couldn’t get any better, out comes dish number four – succulent spatchcock with pancetta, sage, parmesan and carrot. Beautifully plated and popping with colour, you’d be forgiven for wanting to whip out your mobile to Instagram that bird. 

For the grande finale, you’ll enjoy the mouth-watering key lime pie with meringue. I kid you not when I say it’s possibly the best key lime pie you’ll taste west of the Florida Keys. The biscuit base has just the right amount of crumble while the creamy filling is the perfect balance of lime, topped with a smooth, silky meringue. 

Lemon meringue cake pie

Relaxed and unpretentious – which is what Sundays are all about – glass is the perfect Sunday brunch venue for all occasions. 

Bookings are available between 11.30am to 3.30pm on Sunday over a two hour seating. If you’re planning on driving, you can pre-book parking at the Hilton for $10 online, but you’ll need a special promotion code, so don’t forget to ask for it when booking your brunch. 

Spritz drink