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About Malmaison Glasgow
'Martin + Evelyn'
martin honnor - 14/07/2014
I've never been before but I was impressed.
'Wonderful Sunday lunch'
Elizabeth Robertson - 14/07/2014
Our party had one 5pm voucher of 2 for £30 to include 3 courses and a glass of champagne. The other 6 were on the £20 for 3 courses plus a cocktail. I then rang to add another 3, they called back promptly to confirm that was fine.
Our group of 11 was given a private dining room just off the main area, which made It very relaxed and we didn't have to worry about disturbing others. Service was efficient and helpful throughout. The 3 courses is actually 4 due to unlimited access to the chef's table, which everyone really enjoyed. The food was well presented and portions were generous. There was no sense of being rushed, in fact one of our party was quite late and we went ahead with starters, but they held the main course so we were all served together. It was a lovely, relaxed afternoon and we would definitely go back.
One of the first Malmaison hotels to open, the Glasgow venue is one of the most striking. A former church, it manages to combine 21st century style and comfort with a moody gothic glamour. It helps that the Brasserie in Glasgow’s Malmaison is located in the building’s vaulted basement. The Brasserie’s location by Glasgow’s business district means that it is popular for working lunches and dinners but its sultry good looks also pull in couples keen for a romantic setting for their candle-lit dinner.
Mal Glasgow is where fresh ingredients meet fresh thinking, as our expert chefs serve up iconic dishes with a Mal twist. Our seasonal menus mean there’s always something different to tempt you. Plus there is a selection of ever-popular Mal Icons that we dare not remove from the menu whatever the season, like our famous MalBurger and Steak Frites. Magnifique!
The Brasserie in Glasgow’s Malmaison makes a feature of Scottish produce, especially on their home grown and local menu, but, to a fair degree, the kitchen looks to France for its culinary ideas. The selection of actual dishes changes depending on what is in season but a pork, white bean and sage cassoulet; steak frites and wild mushrooms on French toast are typical. Many of the dishes tend towards the satisfyingly hearty end of the spectrum. Who could say no to a hash of slow roasted pork shoulder and Ramsay’s black pudding topped with a fried duck egg? Lighter options might include the truffle and asparagus scrambled egg or the endive and Dunsyre blue salad. Whether you are tempted in before or after your meal, the champagne bar at Glasgow’s Malmaison often means that nights here go with a swing.
Malmaison Glasgow Reviews