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488 George St., Hilton Sydney, Level 2, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia

Located inside the Hilton Sydney hotel, Glass Brasserie is owned by celebrated chef and restaurateur Luke Mangan, previously of Michelin three-starred Waterside Inn in Berkshire, England. Designed by Tony Chi, the dining room is decorated in warm neutral tones, with hardwood floors, huge white columns, and a 42-foot glass wall framing impressive views of the 19th-century Queen Victoria Building (which is illuminated after dark). Incorporating fresh local produce, the menu includes such signature dishes as pan-fried gnocchi with asparagus, corn, Parmesan, and lemon thyme. In the adjacent bar, three floor-to-ceiling wine towers hold more than 400 bottles.

Restaurant
Glass Brasserie

Located inside the Hilton Sydney hotel, Glass Brasserie is owned by celebrated chef and restaurateur Luke Mangan, previously of Michelin three-starred Waterside Inn in Berkshire, England. Designed by Tony Chi, the dining room is decorated in warm neutral tones, with hardwood floors, huge white columns, and a 42-foot glass wall framing impressive views of the 19th-century Queen Victoria Building (which is illuminated after dark). Incorporating fresh local produce, the menu includes such signature dishes as pan-fried gnocchi with asparagus, corn, Parmesan, and lemon thyme. In the adjacent bar, three floor-to-ceiling wine towers hold more than 400 bottles.