Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Il Gzira. Gżira is a town in the Central Region of Malta. It is located between Msida and Sliema, also bordering on Ta' Xbiex. It has a population of 8,029 as of March 2014.
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4 based on 838 reviews
One of the many eateries on the foreshore. Very unwelcoming. Distinctly touristy vibe (not that i should be surprised but the reviews on here gave me different expectations. Had the rabbit. Not very good. Much better the next night at another venue. I would avoid
5 based on 162 reviews
A real Sicilian way cafe in the heART of Balluta Coffee Shop â¢ Patisserie â¢ Gelateria #homemade #artisanal
After initially passing it several times because it was always full we eventually came across a vacant table.Wow the cakes are delicious, a little expensive but you get what you pay for. Everything is made at the shop with fresh ingredients.The home made ice cream is the best I've tasted, the coffee is great and the Berry and pistachio cheese cakes are superb.It is a family run business and the staff are both friendly and helpful when trying to choose from the many delicious cakes. Special mention for Denista who recommended the pistachio cheese cake which is my favourite.
4 based on 735 reviews
A little piece of Italy in the heart of Valletta, as we like to describe it. We offer light snacks like piadinas (home made italian flat bread), focaccias, superb Italian sandwiches, lovely salads and soups, all accompanied with exquisite Vergnano coffee.
Very nice place for stop and rest. Good coffe and sandwiches. Everything made of gresh products. Very kind stuff. Fully recommend!Thank you very much for your kind words.
4 based on 185 reviews
You know the food is good when the queue is out the shop and onto the street. It is worth standing in line and working out what you will have. This sassy salad bar has the best freshest salads, generous portions and well priced. I chose 4 salads; a vegan mexican rice and bean salad, a cummin and tumeric coleslaw, a quinoa salad, and one other. All delicious. I completely recommend this joint. The food is distinctive and nothing is deep fried!
4 based on 235 reviews
Clean and freshly prepared food from quality ingredients. Service was amazing! What we had and highly recommend is the quinoa salad, chicken with vegetables and cous cous, a bean soup with truffel served with crackers with a bean paste on top of it. The bean paste is super tasty! Our dessert was typical maltese one: vanilla ice cream with dough filled with fig paste and all together indeed fits perfectly.
4 based on 679 reviews
Artisan CafÃ© & Craft beer Bar, serving local Maltese food and drink. Open late in the evenings with live guitar on Thursday nights. Serving local craft beer on draft, delicious and creative food, sharing platters, soup, Italian coffee, organic soda, and c
Came with my wife after struggling to find something that fits quality prospective. We were hungry and we decided to eat as well. We had a combo of a sandwich plus soup and baked potatoes and we were AMAZED! Super friendly and professional service that you have to be proud about! The chef of the place apart from making wonders with his super nice recipes, we had the Bruna (amazingly tasty chutney) and the Flinders (super fresh ingredients and exceptional basil pesto), he also served as the food in the most polite way I ever encountered and believe me I donât have nice experience with the kitchen leaders. And about the beer selection? After 16 years in high level bar tending around Europe in which the last 4 years managing projects, this selection has to be considered as a state of art not only for the quantity, not only for the quality but also for the balance of the beer categories as well! If I could suggest some suggestions to this great selection would be a choice of lambic ale (I am sure if you had in the menu) and from my favorite brand (to Ã¸l) I would also recommend trying reparasjonsbayer as a gluten free option and Yeastus Christus as a farmhouse IPA. If we are going to ever come back in this island we will definitely visit again!KindlyGeorgios,Juerta!Thank you for your review georgiosk, it is much appreciated.We will checkout your recommendations and hope to see you again on another visit.BestDominic and Lena
4 based on 1144 reviews
Mint is a waterfront cafe specializing in seasonally fresh homemade food. We offer certain dietary requirements along with healthy salads, tempting cakes,savoury items, fresh juices and smoothies, all made here in the Mint kitchen. At Mint we believe home
We were there for a breakfast, they have outside area, and all food are tasty and fresh. They are closed on monday.
4 based on 411 reviews
Always try to sample an many different restaurants as possible on any trip, but we ate here twice on consecutive nights as the food was so good. Their burgers and pizzas are exceptional and they understand what a side salad is! Very good value too.
4 based on 441 reviews
What a lovely little restaurant. We came here after arriving late into Sliema. The cafe is relatively small with beer, wine and champagne bottles decorating the walls. The waitress could not have been more helpful and helped us select a beautiful Sicilian wine. We had a couple of arancini to start, which were fantastic - I'm no massive fan, but these were certainly the nicest I've ever had. My wife and I then both had the tortelini which was exceptional - my wife thought it was the best pasta she has ever had. Well worth searching out this little gem.
4 based on 161 reviews
CRUDO is a Focacceria, Caffetteria & Wine bar in the lovely area of Balluta Bay, Malta. We specialise in focaccias where we have a wide selection of artisan produced cured meats & cheeses from different regions around Italy & Sicily. You could also choose
It's a small and cute cafe with friendly staff. I had salmon and avocado on rye bread and it was very tasty. The portion was rather big. Would recommend this place.
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