Founded in 1565 by the Order of St John as a refuge for soldiers returning from the Crusades, Valletta is now the capital of Malta and a piece of living history. With an unsurpassed collection of original Baroque architecture, fortified city walls overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, and the spectacular Co-Cathedral of St John, which features intricately carved stone vaults and a famed painting by Caravaggio, it is no wonder that this smallest of European capital cities is a world heritage site.
Things to do in Valletta
4.5 based on 733 reviews
My first visit- table booked in advance- friendly helpful service and advice, lovely laid out table- excellent wine list too. The food was without exception excellent- recommend the rabbit, also the lamb shank- vegetables excellent- not over cooked- and served beautifully too- no rush no pressure a real concern that one was happy from the staff- oh and the Deserts look pretty good too. Not surprised they were turning away people who hadn't booked!
4.5 based on 458 reviews
Artisan Café & Bar serving local Maltese food and drink. Open late in the evenings with live guitar on Thursday nights. Serving local craft beer on draft, delicious and creative food, sharing platters, soup, Italian coffee, organic soda, and cakes. We offer Prosecco specials and breakfast on the weekends! Comfy Seating in a bright, family-run corner space. Outdoor tables available!
Got here by chance, left with a smile. First I was amused by the sign, then liked the atmosphere, an stayed for a beer & a snack. Great choice of craft beers and snacks. Only the snack needed quite some time, but it was really...MorePleased you appreciated the sign baontheroad. No disrespect to Guinness, it’s a great beer and a great sign and I wanted to use it. Thanks for your comments and for sharing on TA, it is much appreciated. Best Dominic and Lena
4.5 based on 302 reviews
The recently refurbished restaurant is situated in the heart of Valletta under the new Parliament plaza. Today, under the leadership of Chef Steve Mamo they lead their dynamic team in providing dishes with a modern and classical touch with all flavours staying true to themselves. Salvino's offers an extensive list of Italian wine, featuring rare vintages and other sought after selections which complement Steve's carefully crafted dishes, in addition to an outstanding dessert menu.
Starting from Valletta City Gate behind Triton Square its a 550 m walk or short of 10 minutes along Republic Street to Archbishop’s Street, where Salvinos restaurant is situated. Halfways along Republic Street you’ll pass on your right the square in front of St John’s Co-Cathedral and at the end you pass the guards at the Palace Armoury. Turn left into Archbishop’s street and the first restaurant on the left is Salvinos.
Salvinos is an Italian restaurant and had an extensive menu but when chef Franscesca said they had a special of the day “stufato di manzo” I ordered that. I believe that stufato is a variant of Scotch Collops. The big pieces of beef were tender and slow cooked to perfection. The meat was accompanied with potatoes and carrots in a sauce that tasted heavenly. I felt and behaved like a kid mashing the potatoes in the sauce and finally I suck up the very last of the sauce with bread.
To go with the main course I had bread, sparkling water and a glass of red wine. I finished off with a double expresso. My dinner was well worth the bill of 27 euros. I thoroughly enjoyed my dinner and when next in Valletta I will be back straight away.
Please try Salvinos and I bet you will love the food and the friendly service.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
At ''Wild Honey'' you can have Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.Come and have a Coffee or a Drink in the fascinating atmosphere of the streets of Valletta.Friendly people & sweet laughs accompany the evenings of live music.
We stubble across here whilst looking for a bar for a quiet drink away from the main bars in Valletta, a nice good find it was. A small quirky bar, serving a wide variety of craft beers, wine and ciders. The barman was friendly and helpful. If looking for a quiet drink this is your place
5 based on 405 reviews
Dimitri is situated in this 400 year old building located next to the Auberge de Castille. Offering a quite ambience & serving a twist of Mediterranean, new British, Italian & Spanish cuisine. A straightforward menu, offering daily local fresh produce of fresh fish, meat & pasta with a good range of local and foreign wines from all over the world.
We stopped by here on a Saturday evening without a reservation, but Dimitri’s was full. The friendly maître d' looked apologetic but promptly offered us the chance to book, and we are very glad he did. Three nights later we were back for one of...MoreThank you Deborah.
4.5 based on 854 reviews
A steakhouse and whisky bar. We also cater for vegetarians, vegans , gluten and celiac. On request we also serve fish
We had a three course meal which was super delicious. The meat was fresh and cooked well to our liking. The atmosphere was really great and staff was nice . I would visit again for sure !
5 based on 367 reviews
5 based on 143 reviews
Lovely unpretentious atmosphere in this excellent gin cocktail bar. The staff really know all the 220 gins and have great suggestions. They are knowledgeable, welcoming and friendly. Alexa, from Canada, is a mixologist extraordinaire. Seek her out for a great cocktail.
Tapas is delicious here as well
Don’t miss this bar!!
4.5 based on 378 reviews
Life is short. Time is a precious gift and we should make the best out it. At times, we find ourselves reminiscing about the past, or thinking too much about our future. These both extremes may impede us to live and enjoy today. Our restaurant aims to give our diners the opportunity to stop time for a moment, and enjoy a carefully prepared meal in a serene and elegant ambience. The menu at Adesso is seasonal, and our dishes are made from fresh and high quality ingredients. Our Soul The name of our restaurant (which means "Now") represents the motto to live the moment, or in other words Carpe Diem (definition on hover). To truly enjoy the "Now" we believe time should not be an interference, so to represent this state, we removed the hands from a number of carefully selected clocks. We look forward to seeing you at our restaurant.
We were so impressed. The restaurant provides the perfect setting with excellent service and attention to detail. The staff were knowledgeable, friendly with a sense of humour. The food, well there really aren’t words to describe the food. You simply have to go and try it for yourself. Will definitely be back!
4.5 based on 704 reviews
Sotto pizzeria italiana, rising up a72 hours, a mixture of selected 4 flour to eat the real Roman pizza. Sotto pizzeria italianaSouth Street in Valletta, 32.
If you visit Valetta it would be a shame if you wouldn't visit Sotto. One of the best pizza in the world. Best ingredients. Beautiful interior. Kind and easygoing staff.
We tried one with pork cheek and parmigiano and one with Parma ham. Both outstanding. Delicious. Perfect.
And then tiramisu, light as the air. Perfect end of fantastic late lunch.
Highly recommended experience.
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