Malmaison

Row 1

Details
3401 Water St., NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 817-3340
French
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: 8:00 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 9:00 AM–6:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Renowned French chef Gerard Pangaud serves up dishes like this scallopine of Alaskan salmon.
  • Beautiful place for dinner (amazing food!) or cocktails. A little piece of Paris in DC.
  • After riding your bike into Georgetown, make your way down to Water Street to this little gem for the perfect refreshment. Even just a plain ol' black iced tea tastes flavorful.
  • Great location...open air. Great place to grab a coffee and pastry, or bunch on the weekend. The crepe was amazing and the vanilla latte was too. Recommend getting there early for parking and a table.
  • Brunch cocktails are basic. Fresh pressed juices are excellent.
  • The French toast is incredible!
  • Crepes were delicious
  • The Mademoiselle Coco is my favorite! Can't go wrong with vodka and champagne!
  • The crustless quiche is really good !
  • I enjoyed the French short film event.
  • Voted "Best Juice" to help you get over your hangover.
  • The location is great but the food very disappointing. Had the eggs Benedict & they were not good at all; eggs were overcooked, no hollandaise sauce & the English muffins were not fresh.
  • Slow service, inflated prices, wrong orders, loud atmosphere - a true DC experience!
  • If you into great coffee, go for espresso at Baked and Wired on Thomas Jefferson Place. This is better than Starbucks espresso though.
  • Overall excellent dining experience. Quiet, nice decor, excellent service, great food at reasonable prices. The wedge salad was especially nice.
  • Shrimp with butternut squash pure..mmmmm
  • Came here first in July, and my cappuccino was undrinkable - burnt with billowing foam. Came here in October, and it was first class. It now has great baristas - the two I know are Amanda & Barrett.
  • Get the ham and swiss sandwich and cappuccino.
  • Delish croissants!
  • Pretty douchey at night when it's a quasi-club