A Foodie’s Guide to Restaurants in Malta

Malta, Valletta Guide (B): A Foodie’s Guide to Restaurants in Malta

Perhaps because it was stuck under British rule for a long time, or perhaps because a tiny island is going to struggle to keep up with global gastronomy trends, but it wasn’t easy to find good food in Malta. I’d taken advice from a local and from visitors who had been before me, but when I strayed into simple “this has got good reviews on TripAdvisor and Google” territory I was quickly disappointed. Still, that doesn’t mean there aren’t good restaurants in Malta to be found if you know where to look. There’s traditional Maltese food, of course – heavy in rabbit and ravioli, it seems – and there’s also strong influence from Sicily (unsurprisingly given Malta’s location) and the rest of the Mediterranean. Plus, all that sun means that the produce the island is able to grow is pretty good, and it doesn’t seem to hurt the Maltese wine industry either…

There’s traditional Maltese food, of course – heavy in rabbit and ravioli, it seems – and there’s also strong influence from Sicily (unsurprisingly given Malta’s location) and the rest of the Mediterranean. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Foodie’s Guide to Restaurants in Malta
Guide Location: Malta » Valletta
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Jeff’s Pastizzeria   Maxim’s Pastizzeria   Legligin   Ta’ Marija   hiMú   Rampila   Ta’ Mena   Caravaggio Shiraz   Café Cuba   Café Ole   Bella Sicilia  
Author: Vicky Hampton
Read it on author's website: https://www.amsterdamfoodie.nl/2017/restaurants-in-malta/