Best Restaurants in Malta
You might think that Malta is a small island, and you’re right, but don’t think for a second that there are few restaurants to choose from. If you have never been to Malta, it’s time you put it on your travel destinations list for the upcoming summer. Lack of money is a problem but it’s fixable. When you want something, you do everything in your power to get it, even if this means to try your luck with online slot games.
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Going back to restaurants, you will be amazed to see how many of them have great service and delicious food. Let us present the ones that are worth your time.
If you want to taste traditional Maltese dishes, try the Tal-Ingliz restaurants in Mgarr. This is a place where you will be able to interact with the locals while tasting the food they grew up with. A meal for 2 people costs around €45, including 2 glasses of wine.
The Vinum Wine Bar at Fontanella in Mdina is another good choice for Maltese cuisine. They also serve Mediterranean and international dishes, so you will have a backup plan in case you don’t like your Maltese order. For €50 you will eat a main course, an appetiser and you will share a bottle of wine with the one who keeps you company.
Are you looking for Italian food? Don’t miss the hiM Mozzarella Store in Gzira that’s open every day from 9:00 am to midnight. The place is quite small but it serves some delicious handmade buffalo mozzarella. The basic Margherita pizza is sold for €7.50. You can also order salads and pasta if you don’t feel like tasting some authentic Italian pizza.
Anyone who sticks to a Mediterranean diet will be thrilled to live in Malta. Go to Michael’s in Valletta to see how real Mediterranean food tastes like. The main courses cost around €20 and you will be able to choose from local seafood, lean meats and several types of salads. Unfortunately, there aren’t many vegetarian products on the menu.
There is another great restaurant that serves Mediterranean food in Valletta: Soul Food. The disadvantage is that it’s only open during the day. Expect to eat mostly healthy wholesome meals at a table onto the street. If you are not ok with people passing you by, then it’s best to look for another place. The main courses cost around €12 and a dessert starts at €4.50.