Justin Timberlake once said that ‘the worst thing about being famous is the invasion of your privacy’.
We know, Justin. We know.
Fortunately, you don’t have to feel Justin’s pain to enjoy today’s Big Deal on a private dining experience at Glasgow’s Malmaison.
Ideal for an exclusive family celebration, business dinner or simply a great night out with friends, a meal in the private dining rooms at Malmaison on West George Street is a fun way to sample Chef Manson’s inventive cooking.
Malmaison has long been a byword for city centre style and the atmospheric private dining rooms in the West George Street hotel more than live up to the Mal’s reputation.
Lined with wine bottles, the private dining rooms are a chic and intimate setting for a great meal.
A la carte dining
The offer is for eight people to enjoy lunch or dinner in one of the hotel’s private dining rooms. Guests will be greeted with canapés and a glass of Prosecco each as they arrive.
Diners may choose a starter, main course and dessert from the delicious a la carte menu.
The hotel has just launched its summer menu and it looks fantastic.
Tempting starters include the beef fillet carpaccio; English farm asparagus with mushroom Scotch egg and Sauce gribiche; the dressed crab on sourdough and the tempura of squid, tiger prawn and courgette which come with a herb aioli and sweet chilli sauces.
There are also juicy salads such as the St Maure’s goat cheese crostini with fresh pea, mint, watercress and roasted walnuts.
Popular main courses include the Normandy roast chicken breast with spring vegetables and herb gnocchi; the roast cod fillet with cream of white bean, spinach, broad beans and roast garlic oil plus the Moroccan-spiced lamb rump and fore-shank with a potato, spinach and chickpea tagine.
There is also a grill section on the a la carte featuring dishes such as steaks and lobster. The classic Mal burger and the double pork chop are included in the offer. All other dishes from the grill section will incur a supplement.
Sweet lovers are in for a treat. Typical desserts on offer might include the molten chocolate and peanut butter pudding; Bramley apple pie and cherry crumble cheesecake.
A choice of tea or coffee will round of the meal in style.
The Brasserie at Malmaison is highly rated by 5pm users with over 600 people giving it a combined rating of 4.1/5.
There are also lots of happy customers on TripAdvisor such as this recent diner:
‘Excellent. Excellent food and tremendous service. Great selection of beers, wines and spirits. We’ve been before and will go back again.’