This cafe-restaurant is the right place to rest after a visit to the G. M. Palace or after a long walk.
It is housed into a late 16th century palace; the Messina Palace.
Today this palace is property of the German-Maltese Circle.
Favorite Dish: At the Circle's they serve light meals and snacks, but I went there for a cup of tea or some other drinks.
Located in an old Maltese town house situated beside St. Michael’s in the heart of the city. Enjoy the breathtaking views of Manoel Island and Marsamxett Harbour. Their menu features mainly Italian, Mediterranean and local-style dishes, and changes seasonally
Right in the heart of Valletta near St Johns Cathadrel,we decided to sit here on Saturday night and we were thinking of desert and coffee as you do. We thought perfect setting as it was in the heart of the city
This put me off having dinner here.
What we saw was a waiter of teh resturant about in his 20's or early 30's dipping his fingers in a banoffee pie desert topping it up with cream and passing it on to a customer who was waiting for it.
Favorite Dish: I only had a decaf coffee which was nice.
The Black Pearl is a traditional old fashioned restaurant in Msida. It is made withint an old vessel, on upper flor.
A glass of local beer is 1 pound (2.4 euros).
The Black Pearl vessel was built in Pukavik, Sweden in 1909 and is one of the last surviving wooden trading schooners. She played a prominent part in the film 'POPEYE' which was made in Malta, directed by Robert Altman and starring Robin Williams.
The cuisine is very good Sicilian pasta (run by Sicilian family if I'm not mistaken so go figure). Nothng really special about the menu, however this eat-out cafe has an advantage over most others in Valletta because it has a lovely wide terrace to sit on during the summer AND a great view of the harbour. Dont drink or eat too much cos the walk back up the stepped streets can be a challenge!
The food is a typical mixture of Maltese and Mediterranean, with CISK beer served in bottles to wash down the food. The café is small, and popular with locals and toursits alike, and is just around the corner from the Manoel Theatre. Prices are very reasonable I paid Lm 3.50 for a main course with two beers - i.e. about €8. They also show live sport on the big screen which hangs on one wall of the café, so you can enjoy motorsport or football here at your leisure if you want too.
Favorite Dish: I enjoyed a fine pasta dish with fresh olives and local bread. The food is very simple but satisfying and there are also snacks that are ready almost instantly.
This is one of my favorite places to eat when I am in Valletta during the day. Even though the place is nothing lavish and it is a very simple place run by an Italian family living in Malta. The place is situated just opposite the harbour so one can eat whilst enjoying a view under the sun.
If the weather is not so good however sitting inside is very small however it is a nice day don;t miss out on going down to La Sicilia Restuarant.
The food here is amazing and one can eat pizza, pasta, lasagne and many home made dishes.
One can also buy latte di Mandorla from here
Favorite Dish: Biscotti di Mandorle
This is one of my favorite restaurants in Valletta when visiting Valletta in the evening. This place is really small and cosy. It has seating downstairs and even upstairs however about only 10 people can fit.
This restaurant is a typical Italian restuarant however be careful regarding the opening hours. I have tried many times to find the number in order to have it however I never managed and I guess it only opens in the evenings.
Favorite Dish: The pasta dishes here are divine !
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There are so many open air eateries to choose from. This one in Seige Square is particularly well frequented.
Sitting here with a coffee, or a meal, and just people watch is an enjoyable pastime.
This is one of many cafes, restaurants and pubs at Valletta Waterfront, a great place for drinking, dining as well as partying.
This caffe restaurant is located at Floriana, out of Valletta walls. It is one very local place where mostly loal people assemble. Food is quite cheap, service is good and fast.
At the Waterfront there are plenty of restaurants and coffee shops where you can have a drink, snack or full meal. It is very popular area and crowded especially during the weekend.
Cafe dcux baranncs is just a nice place for coffee or beer and some small snack if you wish. Located near the Barrakka Gardens there is a great view of the sea from here.
When you walk down The Republic Street, you'll see The Republic Square. It is one of the the most popular places of Valletta. Around Queen's statue there are fine restaurants and cafés. Worth to see.
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