Mangan & Beer unite in Sydney

$29 Power Lunch at Glass Brassiere

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This winter Luke Mangan welcomes Australia’s celebrity chef Maggie Beer into the kitchen at his signature restaurant glass brasserie.

The culinary duo will be serving up a collaborative winter menu that features a series of delicious seasonal dishes packed full of quality produce from around New South Wales and Maggie’s home state, South Australia.

Maggie’s signature dishes including her Mustard pear stuffed chicken breast with crushed parsnip and jus, made with pears from her orchard in the Barossa; Seville marmalade glazed pork belly with verjuice, potato puree and cavolo nero; and her Cumin roasted sweet potato and black barley with tahini and Persian feta, will sit on glass brasserie’s $29 Wine Bar Lunch Menu, which is served weekdays with a complimentary glass of wine.

Those with a sweet-tooth are encouraged to upgrade their experience to include Maggie’s signature Verjuice custards with bergamot-braised raisin clusters, which will feature on the dessert menu.

One of the only hatted restaurants in Sydney to offer a premium ‘power lunch’ of this caliber, the $29 Wine Bar Lunch Menu, is ideal for city workers or friends looking for quality food, efficient service and a memorable experience.

Its approachable price point allows Sydneysiders the chance to enjoy dishes made by one of Australia’s celebrity chefs without having to break the bank, board a flight to Barossa, or whip out an apron and one of Maggie’s signature cookbooks.

“At glass we pride ourselves on providing our guests with the best possible dining experience teamed with the finest quality food and produce. I love the idea of partnering with like-minded chefs who can bring something really special to the table,” Mangan said.

“Maggie’s reputation and longstanding position as one of Australia’s most loved chefs speaks for itself. I have thoroughly enjoyed spending time in the kitchen with Maggie and I am excited to serve up these new dishes to our guests at glass,” he added.

Beer remarks, “Being able to work alongside Luke and his team is a real privilege. I am extremely passionate about local produce, so I’m thrilled to be able to bring a bit of the Barossa with me as part of this collaboration. My only hope is that Sydney gets as much joy out of eating these dishes as I did in making them.”

Both Luke and Maggie share a common goal to champion great Australian produce and dining experiences for their customers, and this new menu is the perfect representation of that.

The offer is available Monday to Friday from 12-2pm until 31 August, 2018.

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