Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Sannat. Sannat (Maltese: Ta' Sannat) is a village on the island of Gozo, Malta, with a population of 2,117 people (March 2014). Ta' Sannat is in the south of Gozo, popular for its very high cliffs, ancient cart ruts, temples and dolmens, and rich fauna and flora. In 1951 The Duchess of Edinburgh (who became Queen Elizabeth II) of the United Kingdom visited a house called "The Lace house" located in a small square in Ta' Sannat called "Pjazza Tax-Xelina".
4 based on 506 reviews
I ended up visiting Rangers most nights while I was staying in St Lawrence. The food is great (especially the pasta), the service is friendly and professional and best of all the banter in the bar is excellent. I sampled quite a few of the whiskies of the month and learned about some new ones to buy back home. Great place!
4 based on 569 reviews
Second time around and same positive experience as last year. Not gourmet food but that's not what you would expect from this plaza cafe.A place to see and be seen on the square, but unfortunately the evening turned out quite chilly after a day in the sun so we were glad to take seats inside on a cosy messanin with view of the square. As mentioned lovely pizza, nice staff and a cake selection to die for. Have to come back to try more of those.
4 based on 643 reviews
Beautifull old building from the time of the Knights, serving traditional local dishes, like rabbit stew and bragioli in a warm athmosphere.
my experience is the result of repeated visits to this restaurant and unfortunately I have to admit that they have all been "down", the last time was in mid-August and unfortunately the last since at the beginning I appreciated the characteristic style of this place and typical dishes such as marinated ribs, the second time these last ones were served to me undercooked and I had some problems with the slightly slow service but last time I did not find the ribs because they were finished but I found several aspects negative, I'll list a few: I asked several times for the table to be cleaned but the waiter didn't do it, I requested another bottle of water halfway through the dinner even the one that never arrived, he left us at the table and then only came to take away the dishes, along with the fries, no sauce was brought to me, and together with the salad, neither oil nor vinegar, the bread basket had only two slices of bread ... a little for a table of three ... insomm not very attentive service and food that did not satisfy me as when I went for the first time a year ago.
4 based on 233 reviews
OVER RATED , undoubtedly because it's cafe prices ..the serving staff are pretty hopeless, and asking them for attention ..well, 'sorry to have inconvenienced you .'The staff rush up and down barely looking at customers .. this places trades on its lovely location, certainly the staff are un trained and for me, probably one of the worst sets of staff on the island.Food average..try the Club House next door, the best burgers in town and terrific staff .
4 based on 229 reviews
Having just completed the coastal walking tour around this amazing island, we took the bus back from the coast to the village square! ( 70 miles in five days! ) Choosing where to eat we were draw to the unique interior and warm welcome we received at Rubbles! What an unusual interior, very friendly staff and we loved mixing with the locals. Food was delicious, very well priced good mix of specials as well as comprehensive regular selection. We were given a complementary tasting platter while waiting for our food, very delicious , thanks, It was too. In addition we were offered a lemon liqueur or coffee on the house. Very generous.Wonderful atmosphere, delicious food, lovely local wine. Highly recommend.Only negative and nothing to do with the food was our nosey neighbours, who couldnât help notice my husband looking at accommodation listings and tried to push their b an b on us not only once but twice. Network by all means but draw the line at invading others personal stage.Thank your Rubbles for a wonderful local atmosphere experience.
4 based on 444 reviews
Tables by the waterfront, good food, nice music, good prices, and of course the cool Pirate theme ... what more do you want ? Our kids thought they had the best burgers ever (even better than Hard Rock CafÃ©). I mostly had seafood which was great too ! Check this place out !
4 based on 650 reviews
Retro bar, brass railings, framed photos of vintage advertisements, make Cafe Jubilee a comfy and fun place to skip into. The food lives up to expectations. Delicious flaky lampuki (fish pie) and enormous well prepared ravioli stuffed with Gozo cheese made for a filling and fun meal. We shared a tasty imparet (date pastry) for dessert texture of pastry just right filling not too sweet.Thank you Xcski441 for your well detailed comments . We are thrilled to hear that you have enjoyed our local food offer and hope that we wilkl have a further opportunity to be of service to you
4 based on 223 reviews
Went there on a Friday night and ordered the bruschetta with sun-dried tomatoes and the fried cheese salad. The bruschetta was probably the most delicious one I've eaten. The salad was very disappointing, though. It consisted of two large pieces of garlic bread, 3 or 4 deep-fried wheels of cheese and a side salad consisting of wilted shredded lettuce, carrots and tomatoes. The actual salad part looked like something they serve on an airplane.The service was quick and the people were very polite. The location is lovely.I can't give a place that would put that on a plate and call it a salad more than three stars, though.
4 based on 301 reviews
English cafe bar. Serving traditional fish and chips and mushy Pea's. Collection of pies Traditional British roast every sunday the kitchen is open from 9.30 am till 8.30pm..but the bar stays open Winter months we close Monday's Also we may close early so
Diamond Restaurant is becoming a firm favourite. Overall a fair priced menu with plenty of choice. Fish and chips plus Sunday roast among my favourites but menu choice is a good all rounder and Dianeâs Omelettes, jackets and lasagne, a firm favourite of mine will keep me returning again and again.thanks Diane and Robin. See ya in AugustThank you for your fantastic review the diamond crew
4 based on 222 reviews
Stanley's Chippy offers an extensive menu for customers wanting to sit in the beautiful square of San Gorg absorbing the wonderful atmosphere of Gozo. For the summer months our tables which are outside do have full cover plus a cooling fan to make your vi
We at there several times as it's so good. The large fish and chips is enormous, crispy and succulent. Shared the fish and had a side salad with the husband eating the mushy peas and most of the chips.. The burgers are astonishing and the wine glasses are as generous as the plates are full.Miracles performed daily from a tiny kitchen..... if only they did delivery to Italy!Hi MH thank you for our great review! Andy and our Chippettes work very hard to produce great tasting food and give great service. Its nice to hear you have been to Stanley's several times and look forward to seeing you again.
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