Where to eat

Maltese cuisine reflects both the island’s unique history as well as its location in the centre of the trade routes of the Mediterranean. Traditional Maltese food is rustic in character and shows strong Sicilan and English influences as well as Spanish, French, Maghreb and Provencal.
Visitors to the area are spoilt for choice with an ever-increasing number of restaurants, wine-bars, cafés, and bars many of which are located on the water front and offer amazing vistas across the Grand Harbour.