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Creative Catering

Creative Catering at Hilton Sydney

Let Hilton Sydney elevate the celebrity status of your next special event with our own Australian celebrity chef Luke Mangan’s exquisitely designed menu, featuring dishes he’s created for international celebrities.

So now with Hilton Australasia’s Celebrity Inspired Creative Catering you can say “I’ll have what they’re having” at your next special occasion and enjoy the sumptuous delights Luke has cooked for Princess Mary of Denmark, Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise, Sir Richard Branson and Bill Clinton. Luke’s signature modern Australian menu stars fresh local produce and his incomparable passion for French classical cooking techniques.

Elevate the celebrity status of your next meeting or celebration for 15 to 150 guests with Hilton Events.

Luke Mangan

Without doubt Australia’s top celebrity chef, Luke Mangan’s award winning restaurants include glass brasserie at the Hilton Sydney, The Palace in South Melbourne, Salt Grill on P&O’s Pacific Jewel, as well as Salt and World Wine Bar in Tokyo. His exquisitely designed signature dishes are also enjoyed by international business class passengers onboard Virgin flights across the Pacific.

In addition to running his international empire and providing a taste of celebrity in the air and on the high seas, Luke has written four best selling cookbooks, and launched his Luke Mangan Providores range.

Luke started his career in the 1980s in Melbourne as apprentice under Herman Schneider of “Two Faces” fame. Upon completing his training, he headed to Europe and convinced Michel Roux of the three Michelin starred Waterside Inn in London to employ him. Luke credits his success to these great chefs.