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New terrace menu for Malmaison

Don't waste the precious sunshine – head to the Mal for alfresco meet-ups

Published on April 20th 2011.


New terrace menu for Malmaison

When good weather hits Manchester, it is your civil duty to make the most of it. The terrace at the Malmaison was made especially for this purpose. And it's got a brand new menu for summer, featuring dishes that are perfect for alfresco eating.

The chicken and pancetta skewers (£6.50/£11.50) or Provençal vegetable skewers (£4.95/£9.95) are a summery, BBQ-inspired way to go. Or pretend you're holidaying in the Med with the grilled squid and chorizo (£8.50).

There's also various salad dishes including a hot smoked salmon, watercress and lentil salad with horseradish crème fraiche (£6.95), pasta dishes, and steak sandwiches. Home-made fries with tarragon aioli (£3.50) or Yorkshire Crisps (£2.95) should satisfy the nibblers.

Order yourself a big glass of crisp chenin blanc to sip while you eat (£4-£7.35), or there's Veuve Clicquot by the glass (£9.95) if you're wanting to celebrate something, such as the end of winter.

The terrace at the Mal is perfect for lunch time gatherings or after-work catch-ups. It's cordoned off from the thoroughfare of Piccadilly so you get all the atmosphere with none of the crowds.

The new menu launched on 15th April 2011. A long spell of hot sunny weather is expected soon after.

Click here to view the Terrace Menu

Click here to view the Terrace Bar Menu

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