This class A property is a joy to behold. Back in the 1860s it consisted of two separate seed warehouses and it still boasts numerous original features including its very own stone carved gargoyles. Before turning it into the luxury hotel that is Malmaison Belfast, the building was the McCausland hotel. In other words, this landmark property, situated in the heart of the city, has years of serving visitors. Malmaison Brasserie serves locally sourced, ethically produced ingredients, all delivered with passion and flair by head chef Lp Wai Cheong and his team. If you’re looking for somewhere to eat in Belfast – whether for work, play or simple culinary pleasure – you must sample either the Brasserie or Homegrown and Local menu, which features the closest thing to wild salmon perfection of the Belveliy Smokeries to the wonderfully tasty wild boar sausages of Jilly Doogan and the finest in local Irish produce. The private dining can hold up to 22 people comfortably when set up for dining, or try Chateau Mal, a more informal living room area that can comfortably seat up to 6 guests, With comfy leather sofas, plasma television and it’s own Veuve Cliquot Champagne bar, it’s perfect for any glamorous event or slinky celebration. The Mal Brasserie is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week.Awards1 AA Rosette
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Call 028 9022 0200 Available on SundayThe Sunday Supplement: Spend £75 or more in the brasserie and stay overnight from only £10.
Call 028 9022 0200 Available on Sunday
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