Attard (Maltese: Ħ'Attard) is a town in the Central Region of Malta. Together with Balzan and Lija it forms part of "the Three Villages" and has been inhabited since the Classical Period. It has a population of 10,650 as of March 2014. Attard's traditional Latin motto is Florigera rosis halo ("I perfume the air with my blossoms") due to its many flower gardens and citrus orchards. Attard is abundant with public gardens, including ornamental trees and flowers, maintained by the Local Council. The inhabitants of Attard are known as saraċini.
Things to do in Attard
4 based on 315 reviews
We found this place as we were walking around the area. Went there for a late lunch and we would definitely recommend it. The modest exterior hides a very spacious and quaint interior which is only surpassed by the food we had. I like to see a man size portion but even i was struggling to finish the gnoochi. Two mains and a starter were enough between three of us. Some really interesting paintings on the wall to look at while chewing our food.
4.5 based on 184 reviews
It's a bit difficult to know where to start as everything was perfect. We were in Malta visiting friends and went to L'Agape on the last night as a group of 4. There is no menu as such - they change the dishes daily so it is a voyage of discovery in some respects! The food was exquisite and plentiful. They offered to do a mix of starters based on that day's menu which was tuna, squid stew, Sicilian sausage stew and bread. The mains we had were tuna steaks, ribeye steaks, beef kebabs and veal escalope - all cooked to perfection. We passed on dessert given the amount of food we tucked away on the first 2 courses. Book early as they are very popular.
4.5 based on 276 reviews
Travel to the Far East at our award-winning Rickshaw restaurant and sample authentic cuisine from Thailand, Japan, Singapore, China and beyond. Sip from a refreshing cocktail or enjoy a specialised Chinese beer or Japanese sake in surroundings inspired by the arts and traditions of the Orient.
Spent a lot of time in China, Thailand, Japan, S. Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Viet Nam and more and know a little about the food. This is fantastic. Getting tired of pasta, pizza, and rabbit and we were pleasantly surprised with this mini break. Beautiful dining area and bar. Excellent service. Something on the menu for everyone's taste. Staff was super friendly and helpful. highly recommend. Expensive but worth it. This is top quality.
4 based on 169 reviews
Jalie’s serves lovely cakes and afternoon teas. But while that’s what they might be best known for, they also provide good homemade dishes such as chili (beef or chicken) with rice or tacos, Cumberland sausages with a very English shallot gravy, burgers, wraps, sandwiches and more.
Once the summer months are over, they also serve a good Sunday roast.
Service is cheerful and pleasant.
You can eat indoors or outdoors in a peaceful village setting.
4.5 based on 413 reviews
This is more of a little coffee shop / deli. It sells alcohol as well as cakes and sells packaged food to take away. I wanted to tell everyone to visit here, as it's lovely and we made friends with the ownsers
Cute quite location in an alley. Good service - very attentive. Good food from a small menu. Good prices.
4.5 based on 215 reviews
Fior di Latte is a family owned Gelateria in Mdina. We offer a variety of mouth watering gelato and sorbet flavours, freshly made on site daily. We source only the best ingredients from around the world to ensure we stay true to our motto of Quality, Consistency and Authenticity. We strive to better the product offering in Mdina - where the owners' family have lived for over 500 years.
We were here on a tour so time was short. The service was fast and friendly and the gelato was very good. Would recommend this place to anyone.
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