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The Malmaison London is one of twelve excellent Malmaison Hotels in London. The restaurant was named after the Chateau de Malmaison bought by Josephine for her all-conquering lover Napoleon. As romantic, dramatic and beautiful as that story is, so are the Malmaison Hotels. However, they would not be complete without their bars and brasseries. The in-house brasserie serves fantastic modern British dishes in a chic environment.
The menu of the brasserie includes dishes prepared with home-grown and local ingredients. With ale from the Battersea Brewery Company, oysters from the River Blackwater by the Malden Oyster and pork from Plantation Pigs, the dishes are truly 'home made' and guaranteed fresh. The à la carte menu changes frequently, but dishes like roasted butternut squash risotto, confit duck leg with braised red cabbage and fried skate 'cheeks' have delighted guests in the past. The complementing wine list presents a nice selection of wines ranging from excellent house wine to more extravagant choices.
The atmosphere at the Malmaison brasserie is lively and warm. Cosy corners with plumped silk and soft cushions create an intimate dining space and white linen clothed tables coupled with mood enhancing light mediate an air of elegance and freshness. The brasserie was designed to make the guests feel comfortable and at home.
Breakfast: Monday - Friday 07:00 - 10:00 & Weekends: 08:00 - 10:30
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 12:00 - 14:30 & Sunday: 12:00 - 14:30
Dinner: Daily: 18:00 - 22:30
18-21 Charterhouse Square, St-Pauls, EC1M 6AHView Larger Map
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