Zeri’s Restaurant

Mark Zerafa, or Zeri (his school nickname), took to cooking and preparing food at a very early age, descending from a maternal family line of chefs. After gaining experience in Malta, he then ventured abroad for work experience in Holland, London and other European cities, and also travelled to Thailand, Mauritius and Seychelles to gain […]

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Ta’ Frenċ Restaurant

The story of Ta’ Frenċ, as we know it today, is the story of two young men, Ino Attard and Lino Cefai, who, more than 30 years ago, recognised in the crumbling limestone walls of this centuries-old farmhouse, a possibility, a dream, a promise, a renaissance. Literally stone by stone, step by step, archway by […]

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Venus Restaurant

Just a stone’s throwaway from Buġibba’s main square is this well-established, family-run restaurant, specialising in fresh, locally-sourced fish, meat and the best produce one can find on the island. Venus Restaurant is a favourite with both locals and tourists. This candlelit restaurant has both indoor and outdoor dining areas, with soft background music which creates a […]

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Sale e Pepe

Sale e Pepe Tradizione Italiana, situated at level -3 in Portomaso, is an ideal place for a casual or a business lunch as well as for a tranquil or romantic dinner. For the people who prefer remaining indoors, the interior of Sale e Pepe Tradizione Italiana has a welcoming warm ambience with terracotta tiles and traditional […]

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Marina Terrace Pizzeria & Brasserie

Marina Terrace Pizzeria & Brasserie is situated in the Portomaso Marina and has both al fresco and inside seating, with air conditioning available in the summer months. The outlet is perfect for breakfasts or light lunches, offering a large variety of pizzas, hot snacks such as focaccias, wraps, homemade burgers and freshly made sandwiches and […]

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Lovage Bistro

A strong passion for cuisine lies at the core of Lovage Bistro. Their dishes are nothing short of divine, boasting the sophisticated flavours of Mediterranean soul food, blending traditional cooking with modern methods, creating unique dishes of pasta, meat and fish. Their specialties include champagne-battered prawns and slow-roasted pork belly, which are testimony to the wealth […]

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Malta Aviation Museum

The Malta Aviation museum is a sought-after attraction by both local and overseas aviation enthusiasts. It is also an ideal family attraction guaranteed to draw the interest of both kids and parents even if they are not aviation buffs. The Museum is located on the old airfield of Takali (Ta’ Qali), Malta’s first civilian airport, […]

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Zen Japanese Sushi Bar & Teppanyaki

Zen was Malta’s first Japanese restaurant, with a wide selection of specialities and delicacies including miso soup, sushi, sashimi, vegetable and prawn tempura, as well as fish, meat and vegetarian dishes traditionally cooked and served in their Teppanyaki private room. The contemporary style of the restaurant blends effortlessly with the chic menu, providing an all-round, Japanese-style […]

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Gululu

Located along the waterfront of Spinola Bay, Gululu is one of the best places on the island to taste favourite local dishes, such as Stuffat tal-Qarnit (octopus stew), Aljotta (fish soup), Fenek (rabbit) and the Maltese Ftira (similar to the Italian pizza). Gululu has launched Malta’s very first Pulpetterija. Pulpetti are to the Maltese what […]

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The Wignacourt Museum

The Wignacourt Museum is once again open after an extensive restoration project. The complex includes St Paul’s Grotto – considered to be the cradle of Christianity in Malta. On site one can admire rooms hewn from rock which provided shelter to a number of families during the Second World War. These lead to the intricate […]

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