Reviews on Cafe food in Ghasri, Island of Gozo, Malta. Għasri (Maltese: L-Għasri) is a village in the western part of Gozo, Malta, with a population of 525 people (as of March 2014). By population, it is the smallest village in Gozo after San Lawrenz, and the third smallest in the Maltese Islands, after Bidnija and Mdina. Għasri, however, has a relatively large area.
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
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 323 reviews
One of many cafes in central Victoria, Cup Cake has inside tables and more outside under a shade. While the view is not the best in Gozo, overlooking the bus station means that there is always something going on.Food is reasonably priced, and about what you would expect from a small cafe.
4 based on 450 reviews
Located in the heart of Victoria, just one minute away from the bus terminus. Coffee Break is the ideal place for either a quick lunch or for a quick coffee during breaks in the working hours or for a relaxing lunch/coffee. The menu gracefully combines al
We were looking for something to eat before our next bus and we found this place conveniently located near the bus station. We set in their outdoor yard and ate local ftira, bread stuffed with olives, capers, lettuce, tomatoes, tunafish and local cheese. The food was delicious and I particularly enjoyed the local Gozo spicy cheese.
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