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£29 for a 4 course Sunday lunch for two at award-winning 4* Malmaison Glasgow; includes unlimited hors d’oeuvres
- Four-course Sunday lunch for two
- Enjoy unlimited hors d’oeuvres plus a soup course, main and delicious dessert each for two
- Fabulous brasserie within a stunning 4* hotel
- Loved by itisoners
Make Sunday your new favourite day of the week with an incredible four-course Sunday lunch at Malmaison. You and a friend will enjoy unlimited hors d’oeuvres like salads, terrines, cheeses, shellfish and more, as well as a delicious signature soup course to start.
Moving on to your main, you’ll enjoy either a brunch dish or lunch classic choosing from options like Scottish smoked haddock fishcake with soft Burford brown poached egg and grain mustard sauce, pumpkin and chestnut ravioli with a chive butter sauce and amaretti crumb, a whole Normandy chicken with all the trimmings to share, or a classic Chez Mal burger.
You’ll then round it all off with a decadent dessert like sticky toffee pudding with pecan caramel sauce, Chez Mal hot chocolate with mint choc chip ice cream, marshmallow, cocoa nib tuile and hot chocolate sauce, or classic vanilla crème brûlée.
Malmaison Glasgow is a 4* sanctuary dedicated to luxury living and is the perfect place for a leisurely Sunday. Situated in the heart of Glasgow, they’ve injected their daringly stylish flare into a former Greek Orthodox church, paying homage to the building’s original features including the stunning vaulted basement. Dramatically finished with plush furnishings and lavish décor, the vaulted Chez Mal Brasserie is the ideal setting for an extravagant celebration, romantic dinner date or luscious lunch with the girls.
Our members love it
"The food was gorgeous and the restaurant had a really nice atmosphere. Would definitely recommend and return.”
“Food was great and the staff were really nice and friendly.”
“The whole experience was perfect from start to finish. Staff were very welcoming and attentive and the food was outstanding.”