Quality Assured restaurants recognised at the STAR Awards

The Special Thanks And Recognition (STAR) Awards presentation ceremony organised by the Malta Tourism Authority recently took place at the Corinthia Palace hotel. Now in its 13th year, this annual event recognises exceptional service and hospitality by people who work in the tourism and hospitality sectors. For the first time two awards were dedicated to […]

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Restaurants in Mdina, Rabat and Dingli

Perched on a plateau in the north part of the island is an area that is frequently earmarked by locals and tourists as a place to enjoy a relaxing day out visiting sites and dining at some of the best restaurants the island has to offer. Indeed, the area we’re talking about consists of none […]

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Applications are now open – QA seal for Restaurants

The Quality Assured (QA) seal for restaurants, aims to help Maltese and tourists make an informed choice when selecting a place to eat. Since its inception, the QA seal has also been a way for quality restaurants to gain a competitive edge and to encourage a quality leap in the sector through the creation of […]

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Pan Seared Deboned Quails – Porto Vecchio Restaurant

Pan Seared Deboned Quails, Carrot & Orange Puree, Wild Berries & Ruby Port Reduction (Serves 2) You will need (INGREDIENTS): 4 Quails Deboned 10g Copped Thyme 10g Chopped Rosemary Salt & Pepper for Seasoning 30g Wild Berries Juice of 1 Orange Zest of ½ Orange Zest of ½ Lemon 4 Shots Ruby Port 2 tsp […]

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Malta Tourism Authority Quality Assured Seal – a total of 112 Restaurants

The third edition of the MTA Quality Assured restaurant awards were held on the 30th May at the Intercontinental Hotel Malta with a total of 200 guests attending. This year 23 restaurants were awarded the QA seal for the first time, and together with the restaurants that successfully renewed their participation, the amount of QA […]

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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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Certificate Ceremony for Erasmus+ Traineeship Attendees

The Malta Tourism Authority CEO Mr Paul Bugeja, recently presented certificates to the first group of restaurant managers, owners or key staff, who attended an international traineeship in Rome. The traineeship is funded by Erasmus+ and offered the successful applicants the opportunity to learn how to increase their sales through better and more effective use […]

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