Unless you have been under a rock, you will have noticed all the hype surrounding the relaunch of the Malmaison Brasserie – Chez Mal Brasserie. You can check out the buzz on Twitter using #chezmal
We were invited along to the launch party which saw host of celebrities like Sting and other pseudo celebs turn out to toast the launch of the revamped restaurant. With live music and cocktail stations manned and ready to satiate your thirst and a huge selection of food that showcased the skills of the kitchen team. The attention to detail for the launch was just outstanding.
The main, notable changes in the property were the bar and restaurant trading places. No more afternoon cocktails with a view of the quayside. The bar space has been moved to the back of the floor and expanded to accommodate more seating and bodies. A very chic area.
The Chez Mal Brasserie now sits front and centre. Large picture windows overlooking the Millennium Bridge afford the restaurant a sense of light and an airy feeling which wasn’t met in it’s old position. I can see people clamouring for a luxe booth or the coveted tables for 2 in front of the windows.
Read on for some photos of the beautiful food……
The jewel in the Chez Mal crown is their Sunday Brunch. 4 courses for £19.95 which include a buffet from the feast stations below! Mouthwateringly delicious, you can read our review of the brunch, coming soon!
Say cheese fellas!
All photos are courtesy of Vicky at Describe the Sky who was my photographer for the evening. This content will be duplicated in Taste Magazine.