Enjoy the exclusive ambience of the wine-lined private dining room
Three courses of locally sourced, seasonal cooking from Head Chef Graham Digweed
Half a bottle of wine per guest, a glass of fizz, tea and coffee are included
Can be used for lunch or dinner
Monsieur Mangetout was a French entertainer who made his name by eating items which most people would consider inedible. Televisions, shopping trolleys and even a light aircraft disappeared down his gullet. Although the plane did take him two years to get through.
Don’t risk Mangetout-style hunger pangs.
Ward off any plane-based food cravings you might experience with today’s Big Deal at Malmaison Brasserie in Glasgow.
Since opening in 1994, the Mal has been one of Glasgow’s most stylish hotels.
The Big Deal is for a three course meal for eight people in one of the hotel’s atmospheric private dining rooms.
Lined with wine bottles, the private dining rooms are a chic and intimate setting for Head Chef Graham Digweed’s inventive recipes.
Locally sourced, seasonal dishes are the main stars on his menus.
Chef Digweed changes his dishes regularly but the sort of dishes which appear on the private dining menus include starters of confit chicken and Ayrshire ham hock terrine with celeriac remoulade or perhaps the tea-smoked Gressingham duck breast with green apple and shallot dressing.
In the past, typical main courses have been the braised pork and apple roulade with white bean cassoulet or the baked seabass fillets with caramelised fennel, anchovy and caper mayonnaise.
A nougatine parfait with almond tuile or a rich chocolate tart with whisky ice cream are typical of the desserts available.
In addition to the three course menu, Today’s Big Deal also includes a glass of fizz on arrival, tea or coffee and a half bottle of wine for each of the eight guests.