There are not many small businesses that last twenty five years and there are even fewer restaurants that make the quarter of a century, but Mallams of Weymouth has. Steve & Janice Gosson have succeeded where many have failed and their wonderful harbour side restaurant is still a destination for lovers of great food.

Mallams Weymouth

They opened the restaurant on the 12th April 1990, they must have been brave because the following day was Friday the 13th!!! It was actually a Good Friday, which was a bright & sunny day and customers flocked in to sample Steve’s food – the rest is history!

With a combined background of high end retail management from Janice, and training in Oxford School of Hotel and Catering Management, Swiss Hoteliers Association and country house hotels from Steve it is perhaps not surprising that Mallams has been a great success.

Adapt and evolve has been the hallmark of their success, never losing sight of their original commitment to quality local produce. It is perhaps a measure of their success that the very first customers to grace Mallams still return to join the many other regular guests, both local and holiday visitors.

Steve and Janice and their dedicated team, are looking forward to welcoming both regular and new guests in 2015. One of their most remarkable achievements over the 25 years is their commitment to maintaining standards with new, exciting seasonal menus, remarkable cocktails, and a wine list full of carefully selected vintages, you can always be sure of an enjoyable evening.

Mallams Weymouth

To help celebrate the occasion they have a special menu of dishes which they have created since 1990, you also get to enjoy a glass of fizz with your three courses (Monday-Friday) – check out the menu here

Mallams Restaurant
5 Trinity Road
The Harbour

t: 01305 776757

Mallams, Weymouth

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1 Comment

  1. Thank you, that is great. Nice to chat to you yesterday, do pop in and have a glass of wine sometime if you can get in from the depths of Martinstown!

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