Reviews on Pub food in Nadur, Island of Gozo, Malta. Nadur (Maltese: In-Nadur) is a village in Gozo, Malta. It had a population of 4509 as of March 2014.
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4 based on 47 reviews
Rotunda cafe bar is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal or a drink at any time of day, from our wide, mouth watering menu
My boyfriend and me had dinner in this lovely place, which is located in the square of Xewkija, just next to the church.The waiters were extremely kind and helped us choose what to eat. They served a Gozitan appetizer with bigilla, sundried tomatoes and galletti and two Jagermeisters on the house (much appreciated), the rabbit was very good and prices are extremely competitive. Highly recommended.
4 based on 302 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
3 based on 138 reviews
We had a lovely meal here during Christmas 2018. The restaurant was quiet but the food was good, freshly prepared and a very good price. Not high class cuisine but family fare. Service was good and nicely relaxed, We would recommend.
4 based on 171 reviews
We visited for dinner... A lot of points to make. Food was by far below average... Pizza bland, pasta bolognese overcooked and no particular taste to it, calamari fritti were probably the biggest let down for a fish place... Soft, chewy and not tasty. The worst of all.... The wine.... Red wine menu, clearly stating McGuigan Black Label Shiraz Hunter Valley, however the bottle shown in the photo was actually brought...'South Eastern Australia'. Very distasteful to claim to provide a bottle from a viticulture background such as Hunter Valley and then bring a South Eastern Australian downgrade.. Dear Customer,we are very sorry of reading this review. I have been working at PiÃ¹trentanove for 10 years, as owner and as cook at the same time, and since I prepared by myself the dishes you mentioned, I can answer to all your points. I can state, with no doubt, that the pasta was not overcooked (but "al dente" in perfect italian style) and the "ragÃ¹" (bolognese sauce) is one of our "forte", I prepare it with my grandma's recipe, a tuscan one that is a guarantee of taste. People usually come back for it and for sure they come back for my pizza: everyday I prepare the fresh dough and I use high-quality products, I am sorry if you didn't like it and found it bland, I invite you to come and try it again and maybe you'll change your opinion. About the calamari, I can simply reply that I buy them from a well-known fish shop that sell the best fish in the island and in these last weeks many customers gave their compliments on my "frittura di calamari". Lastly, I didn't understand exactly what happened with the wine, but we have no pictures of any bottle, so i don't understand what you are talking about...We have a large selection of wines and detailed description of them. Anyway, I suggest, for next time, to inform the waiters if you find something wrong with your food, it will be our pleasure to verify if the pasta is overcooked ot the calamari chewy, and we'll see to having them prepared again for you.Best RegardsFilippoOwner and cook at PiÃ¹trentanove
4 based on 396 reviews
We came here on the recommendation of Trip Advisor and we were not disappointed.The husband and wife owners are a delight and very friendly.We were greated with a warm smile and made to feel welcome.The selection is quite varied and reasonably priced.We had the Tomahawk steak, the rabbit and a couple of burgers. It was all cooked to perfection and they were generous portions.We have eaten all around the area over the years. This restaurant rates among the best.Highly recommended.
4 based on 114 reviews
Zeppis is is a traditional pub which sits on the corner of Qala square. A bit claustrophobic inside, but there is seating outside, which of course is very popular. A local for the many ex-pats that live in the village. Has regular live music. Very pleasant.
5 based on 30 reviews
Situated in the main square in Nadur, this fantastic little bar has a full wall of beer fridges full of delights from around the world. Spoilt for choice with a warm welcome and an appropriately matching glass for your beer of choice. Lots of other spirits and wines also on offer. Limited seating inside spills out to two enclosed outside areas with gas heaters for the chillier nights at this time of year. Well worth a visit for real ale lovers
4 based on 230 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.
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