Sunday roast at the Glass Brasserie

Ever wanted to enjoy a roast prepared by Luke Mangan?
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The Hilton's Glass Brasserie is introducing a new Sunday roast to warm you up this winter. Executive chef Luke Mangan has prepared a three-course roast, which offers the perfect way to get together with family or a special group of friends.

Start with an entrée of wood roasted prawns with Japanese dashi, garlic butter and lime. The main event is a slow roasted Ranger Valley black onyx beef rump, with pumpkin, heirloom carrots, red wine braised shallots, truffle mash and gravy. Finish off with a fig tarte tatin, sheep milk sorbet, raspberries and pine nut praline. 

All three courses are available for $89 and children can enjoy their own mini roast for just $20. Bookings are essential. 

Oh, and if you're ordering the Sunday roast you can get complimentary car parking* of up to three hours for parties of two or more people.

Find out more about Glass Brasserie's Sunday roast.

*Terms & Conditions: Guests must enter the car park after 5pm and leave by 10pm. Request parking voucher at Glass reception upon payment of your bill. Only valid for self-parking at Secure Parking under Hilton Sydney. Valet not included. Not valid with any other offer. Subject to availability.

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