Recipe from De Mondion Restaurant

Braised Rabbit Ingredients: For the Brioche 0.25kg flour 0.05ml luke warm water 0.0035kg yeast 1tsp honey 0.075kg butter 0.0025kg salt 2pcs eggs   For the Rabbit 2pcs whole rabbit 2pcs onions 1pc whole garlic 0.25ml white wine Salt and pepper   For the Pumpkin Parmesan Purée 1pc medium sized pumpkin 0.1kg butter 0.2kg grated Parmesan […]

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Recipe from Tmun Restaurant

Grilled/sous-vide local octopus   Ingredients: 2 medium-sized octopus 2 carrots, roughly chopped 2 onions, roughly chopped 2 celery stalks, roughly chopped 4 bay leaves 4 sprigs of thyme 2 tablespoons black peppercorn 250 ml white wine vinegar   Method: Place 8 cups of water and the carrot, onion, celery, bay leaves, parsley stems and black […]

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Recipe from Brookies Restaurant

Grilled tuna steak set on panfried mangetout and cherry tomatoes served with tangy mustard sauce.   Ingredients:                                                           2 tuna steaks around 300g each Small handful cherry […]

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Recipe from Il Ponte Restaurant

Prawns and bottarga spaghetti     Ingredients 500g spaghetti 12 red prawns tuna bottarga extra virgin oil pepper parsley lemon juice 1 teaspoon butter 1 tablespoon   Method Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add the pasta and cook until al dente. While preparing the pasta, cut the bottarga into small cubes, […]

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Recipe from Il-Loġġa Restaurant

Chicken and pepper cheese risotto   Ingredients Chicken Breast (small pieces) Onions (chopped) Garlic (Finely Chopped) Fresh Parsley (Chopped) Fresh rosemary Fresh thyme Fresh Oregano Cannaroli Rice Dry White wine Chicken Stock Fresh Cream Local Pepper Cheese (shavings)   Method Start of this recipe by pan frying the Chicken Breast (Pieces) for 2 minutes until […]

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Restaurants in the South of Malta – Dining out in the most rural part of the island

The south of Malta is primarily well-known for its relaxed atmosphere and charm. It’s a place where locals frequently enjoy long countryside walks, visits to historical sites and summer outings to the region’s beaches. Its seaside towns and villages also happen to be amongst the best places to visit for some truly authentic food which […]

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Restaurants in the North of Malta – Eating out in St.Paul’s Bay & Mellieha

Malta’s northern region is well-known for its golden sandy beaches, holiday-like semblance and seaside villages. In the winter, the quiet atmosphere that’s found in the area contrasts from that of Malta’s bustling capital city, Valletta. But as the spring season hits the island and the sun’s rays brightly light up the sky, the sleepy town […]

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Restaurants in Gozo – A Taste of Gozitan Cuisine

With a myriad of historic sites to visit, lots of restaurants to dine at and great beaches to bask in, it’s no wonder that Malta is one of the most loved holiday getaways. And just a 20 minute ferry boat away is Malta’s sister island, Gozo, a place which has earned a soft spot in […]

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Restaurants in Sliema & St.Julians – Eating at Malta’s Hotspots

Located in the Northern Harbour region are two coastal towns by the names of Sliema and St.Julian’s that are renowned as go-to-s­­pots for entertainment amongst Maltese youth, foreigners and even the older generation. Of course, part of this area’s main attractions are its m­yriad of shops, restaurants with varying cuisines as well as its long […]

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Restaurants in Valletta – Eating out in Malta’s Capital City

Valletta may be Europe’s smallest capital, but the city offers far more charm and allure than you could possibly imagine. During the day it’s bustling with life when many can be seen rushing to work, grabbing a quick bite to eat, darting in and out of shops and exploring all that the fortified city has […]

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