Pastaval2019

Event: Chez Mal launch party at Glasgow Malmaison

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Glasgow welcomes the return of Chez Mal

Last night all eyes were on Malmaison as they celebrated the arrival of the Chez Mal Brasserie at Malmaison Glasgow.

Head chef, John Burns joined with General Manager Graham Chalmers to start the party night.  John has 12 year’s service with Malmaison, working his way up from Commis Chef in Glasgow, having a stint in every Scottish Malmaison along the way!

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So what does Glasgow Malmaison have to offer? Various menus including A La Carte, Prix Fixe – 2 courses £19.95, 3 courses £24.95 and Sunday Brunch – £19.95 with a choice of superb main courses including traditional roasts.

Chez Mal glasgow Malmaison brasserieIf you are looking for something a bit more special then look behind the Mal Bar and you’ll find three private dining rooms.  which are the perfect setting for a family get-together, a special meal with friends or a celebration.

It doesn’t have to be a full meal, from Wednesday to Friday it’s TMI with £5 cocktails and music to help you towards the weekend!

Chez Mal glasgow Malmaison brasserie Graham Chalmers, general manager at Chez Mal and Malmaison Glasgow, said: “We’re proud to have the Chez Mal Brasserie here at Malmaison Glasgow. We’ve returned to our roots with everything that comes with Chez Mal: a lively atmosphere, delicious food and superb service.”

Chez Mal glasgow Malmaison brasserie

Where

Malmaison Brasserie 278 West George Street, Glasgow

Opening Times

Lunch:
Wednesday to Saturday 12pm to 2.30pm

Sunday lunch:
Sunday only 12.30pm to 4pm

Dinner:
Monday to Thursday 5.30pm to 10pm
Friday to Saturday 5pm to 10pm
Sunday 6pm to 10pm

Contact

Telephone: 0141 572 1001
Email: Brasserie.glasgow@malmaison.com

 

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