Restaurants in Malta

Restaurants in Malta

Food and Drink

There is a very good choice of restaurants and cafes from deluxe to fast food (hamburgers and fish and chips), including Chinese, fish and beachside bars. Table service is normal, but many bars and cafes have table and/or counter service. Pork and fish dishes are recommended and vegetables are excellent. The best Maltese fruits are oranges and grapes; also delicious are lemons, strawberries, melons, mulberries, tangerines, pomegranates and figs.

Find local restaurants and reviews at http://www.restaurantsmalta.com/

Things to know: Licensing hours of bars, restaurants and cafes are usually 0900-0100 and beyond. Most hotel bars close between 1300 and 1600 and then reopen after 1800.

Smoking is prohibited in restaurants and bars and all public venues.

National specialities:
Lampuki pie (fish pie).
Bragoli (beef olives).
Fenek (rabbit cooked in wine).
• Ricotta sweets are popular.
Helwa tat-Tork (a sweet sugary mixture of crushed and whole almonds, offered   
   to diners after a meal).

National drinks:
• Maltese beer is excellent.
• Maltese wine.
• Maltese spirits.

Tipping: 10 to 15% is expected in hotels and restaurants when not included in the bill.


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Mews 2, Dean Hamlet Complex
Triq il-Qaliet
St. Julian's STJ 3223

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