Foodies looking for somewhere to dine in Cheltenham can discover what awaits at Malmaison’s Chez Mal Brasserie. Boasting a stylish setting, alfresco space and a delicious menu, it’s the perfect place for brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks.
Talking to Chez Mal Brasserie’s head chef, Marian Badea, SoGlos enjoys an insight into the restaurant and its offerings, finding out which dish is most popular, and getting some menu recommendations, too.
I have cooked for 17 years in hospitality, from family run hotels and restaurants to five-star hotels in Romania, Cyprus and the UK.
To ensure we deliver the highest standards of Chez Mal.
Exciting, perfectly cooked dishes, served in a relaxed friendly environment.
An extensive choice of mouth-watering international dishes.
To me, the Ahi Tuna tartar is the winner with smashed avocado, wasabi, pickled ginger and soy dressing; and the Thai green chicken curry is a pleasant choice; especially sat on our terrace on a warm summer’s evening.
The Marbled rib eye steak is always a popular seller, as well as our Crab and sea scallop risotto served with carnaroli rice, white crab meat, crab bisque, samphire and pan-seared scallops.
The Menu. There is a dish for everyone, for all tastes.
I love cooking all the dishes on the menu, and we strive to give every dish extra attention.
If we are lucky enough to keep this hot weather… then perhaps some more Mediterranean flavours?!
The Seared soy-glazed salmon with crunchy hot and sour salad, toasted cashew nuts, red chilli, poussé & crisp gem lettuce – a truly fantastic dish that gets the taste buds tingling.
For more information call (01242) 370655, or visit malmaison.com directly.
Tuesday 31 July 2018
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