4 based on 363 reviews
4 of us visited and first found it strange as it was empty but even so ordered 4 burgers, 2 feta burgers , 1 smoked bacon burger and a mad hatter special ......chips were fine on all and so was coleslaw..... all burgers were really undercooked and only just warm , the bacon on both burgers was just great big pieces of fat and was raw not even shown a flame , the 2 feta burgers were just a burger with a piece of huge cold feta stuck on it , apparently new management but itâs going to struggle if this is the standard , sorry but canât believe the positive reviews , this was terrible sorry
4 based on 817 reviews
Located in a quiet area on the port of Marsaxlokk, Terrone offers a variety of local and freshly prepared dishes. Terrone is the ideal restaurant to enjoy a quiet meal with the family, or to host a productive business lunch. Paying attention to detail, th
Situated a little further away from the hustle and bustle of Marsaxlokk, Terrone at 1 Wilga Street, is a real gem that we were lucky to stumble upon. We were really looking for the public loos at the time but having been. why not indeed. We hadnât booked but, if you to have a drink while youâre waiting, so with did just that, 15 minutes later who were shown to the table.We started with scallopâs with sandfire were cooked just right, and delicious. For mains I went with the seabass was excellent, I stayed on the beer with a pint of Cisk or two.Not only was the food excellent the owner was so nice and recommended great options to eat. The service was perfect! I highly recommend this restaurant. Overall a highly pleasurable experience, served and executed by locals with that exceptional (and rare) Maltese hospitality flare.
4 based on 375 reviews
First time here and was impressed since place was jam packed.Quite modern and cool.We had 2 vintage burgers, they were excellent. Kids had chicken nuggets and spaghetti carbonara. Honestly had better carbonaras.On the day service was extremely slow but as I said place was jam packed...Would still love to return maybe when place is a bit quieter...
4 based on 268 reviews
A social space where to meet, eat & exchange ideas, discuss and create relationships within an artistic mood. Open all day serving innovative seasonal food.
Good range of medium priced tasty food with fun names and a full descriptions. Can eat inside or in the courtyard. Also close is the Muza CafÃ©/bar, located in the Auberge D'Italie, Merchants Street, and also accessible from jJan de Valette Square. Coffee for two and (very rich) chocolate slice about EUR 8. The adjacent museum is also worth visiting.
4 based on 409 reviews
Grabiel is a family run business. Vast menu although we are well known by Maltese locals for our fresh fish and seafood specialities. Grabiel is separated in two parts; the main restaurant that is open for lunch and dinner, as well as the terrazza that is
Ordered pizza and half the ingredients that were on the pizza I donât eat so I didnât eat anything it was terribleWaiter came I told them and they said oh Iâm sorry about that ... no replacement or offer of one My wife said hers was ok but thatâs as good as she could say .. okExtremely dated place needs re done for sure
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