It is common knowledge that breakfast is the biggest and most important meal of the day and is certainly not to be missed. However, I hardly get a chance to sit and enjoy my breakfast on weekdays, so when the weekend comes I make sure my breakfast indulgence is elaborate and top notch.
Buffet breakfast at Glass Brasserie Hilton is by far the best big breakfast I have had in Sydney CBD and a perfect way to start the day. For those who may not know, it is a restaurant by Luke Mangan, a popular celebrity chef. It was awarded One Chef Hat by SMH Good Food Guide 2012-2013.
The interiors are quire stunning, designed like a cellar with tall and wide wine towers stocked with the best possible wine.
You can speak to their friendly staff to order hot items like eggs (in any form), waffles, pancakes and they will be cooked to your preference and delivered to your table. We went for waffles and a cheesy vegetable omelette that was just heavenly. They also have a section that serves porridge, congee, Asian inspired fried rice and the likes of it.
The fresh fruit juices again are ample and very interesting. You can get fruit or vegetable shots (like a beetroot shot or celery shot) or a glass of freshly squeezed juice. If you are after any juice that is not already on the table, just speak to their friendly staff and they will have it made for you. Beside the juice section, are the fruit platters with a wonderful selection of fresh seasonal fruits.
You can also order for coffee or tea of your choice.
My top picks for the buffet are listed below: Sautéed mushrooms
- Potato scones with asparagus
- Smoked salmon
- Cheese platters
- Chocolate croissant
- Beetroot and ginger juice
- Flat white
Their service is quick and impeccable and the staff are really friendly. Breakfast surely is an important meal of the day and the Glass Brasserie simply helps you appreciate that fact.