A seductive bar and brasserie based in the famous Charterhouse Square, Malmaison London is beautifully chic and contemporary, with mood enhancing down lighting and a lively atmosphere. With the a la carte menu changing seasonally, the modern grill cuisine is always first class. The extensive wine list reflects the brassiere's 'serious about wine' culture and will indulge your every need. The laidback bar area is popular with business folk looking to chill out after work over a few beers and cocktails, whilst the restaurant offers plenty of cosy corners and nooks for private chats. The Malmaison restaurant is also a great choice for groups with semi-private vaults and a fabulous private dining room overlooking the brasserie.
Lunch Menu includes appetisers and soup, followed by brunch dish, main or Sunday Roast. Add desert for £3.50 and unlimited Prosecco for £15 per person. Price includes VAT. A discretionary service charge will be added to your bill. Book this offer
Unlimited drinks include Prosecco and Heineken and are served for 2 hours whilst dining. All prices include VAT and a discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill. Please specify any dietary requirements and allergies. Book this offer
Raw Bar Maldon Gigas £2.00 Fines De Claire £2.50 To Start Cebo Iberico Ham Gran Reserve £10.50 With Roast Beetroot and Figs (served table side). Iberico Hams are considered to be the finest in the world, cured for a minimum of 2 years and reared from free range and organic pigs that feed on acorns, which gives the distinctive flavour. Mutton, Vegetables and Pearl Barley Broth £4.95 Terrine of Braised Pig's Head £6.50 With Warm Granny Smith Apple Purée. Salt and Pepper Squid, Chilli and Lime Mayonnaise £6.95 Grilled Maldon Warm Smoked Salmon £7.25 With Fennel and Fennel Salad, Herb Fromage Blanc. Assiette of Charcuterie £7.95 With Cured Meats, Buffalo Mozzarella and Sun-Blushed Tomatoes. Feuillette of Sauté Chicken Livers £7.50 With Wild Mushroom and Autumn Truffle. Eggs and Farinaceous Italian Wet Polenta £7.95 / £14.50 With Wild Mushroom, Poached Egg and Gorgonzola. Butternut Squash and Mascarpone Tortellini £7.95 / £14.50 With Wild Rocket and Walnut Butter. Spinach and Ricotta Cannelloni £12.95 With Tomato and Pepper Sauce. To Follow Roast Saddle of Rabbit £16.95 With Shoulder Cottage Pie and Carrots. Veal Escalope, Jerusalem Artichoke £19.95 With Foie Gras and Cep Sauce. Whole Roast Plaice £16.50 With Grey Shrimps, Lemon and Parsley Butter. Lightly Curried Monkfish £16.00 With Mussel and Clam Chowder. Loin of Pork £15.50 With Gnocchi, Cider and Mustard Sauce. Steak and Kidney Pudding £15.95 With Maldon Oyster. Pan Fried Black Bream £16.50 With Celeriac Purée and Pinot Noir Reduction. Crab and Sea Scallops Risotto £16.50 With Parmesan and Crème Fraiche. From the Char-Grill Char-Grilled Fish of the Day (Market Price). Steak Frites £17.50 250-gram, naturally reared and grass fed, dry-aged on the bone rump, and served with home-made chips. Mather's Gold Dry Aged Entrecôte Naturally reared, grass fed, and dry-aged on the bone English sirloin. 250 Grams £19.95 300 Grams £22.95 All steaks come with a choice of sauce béarnaise, sauce au poivre, truffle butter, garlic butter or Roquefort butter. The Mal Burger (better than the rest!) £11.95 225-gram burger made from naturally reared ground beef. Sides (All £3.75) Cauliflower Cheese. Swede Purée. Mashed Potatoes. Honey Roast Vegetables. Rocket and Parmesan Salad. Secrett's Tomato and Onion Salad. Home-Cut Fries £3.95 With Bloody Mary Sauce or Aioli. To End (All £5.95 unless noted) Crème Caramel. Malmaison Vanilla Crème Brûlée. Chocolate Fondant, Bulleit Bourbon Ice Cream. Vanilla Ice Cream, Honey Comb with Hot Chocolate Sauce. Pistachio and Polenta Cake, Cherry Sorbet. Apple Crumble, Frangelico Custard. Trio of Desserts 'Façon Du Chef' £7.50 From Our Cheese Trolley £9.50 A selection of French and British Cheese, served with Walnut Bread and Wheat Wafers. Premier Cheese - Eric Charriaux's passion is to source farmhouse artisan cheeses from farmers, dairies and affineurs from around Europe. He picks the best products, aiming to deliver them in prime condition. He matures dozens of British cheeses at his Bicester premises in order to present them with maximum flavours. Cheese is simple, mainly made of milk, but also complex because of its diversity.