Best Restaurants in MelliehaMalta · 5 Items · Nicholas Bilocca · View in Story Mode
Handpicked by a Malta Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Restaurants in Mellieha'.
Eating out in Mellieha is always special. We've got an article you should read on why Mellieha is such a special place to dine out. And you can also visit our list of restaurants in Mellieha on the destination guide's directory.
Munchies Mellieha Bay is a unqiue casual dining restaurant perched right above Ghadira Bay in Mellieha with gorgeous panoramic views of the sandy beach and glittering Mediterranean sea. This is a restaurant for all ages and at any time of the day. The food menu ranges from breakfasts for those who work an appetite early on in the day, to quick bites such as burgers, salads, wraps and More info
One80 Kitchen & Lounge is a relatively new restaurant in Mellieha. However, it has quickly become a favourite with locals and foreigners alike. It enjoys spectacular panoramic country and sea views from its terrace which is especially a must at sunset. The One80 Kitchen is recommended for a quick lunch or a a special dinner of refined Mediterranean cuisine whilst taking in the unique atm More info
Baia Beach Club is a lovely haven set in Little Armier, one of Malta's prettiest bays with crystal clear waters and panoramic views of Gozo and Comino. Even though operating since 1972, Baia has been tastefully refurbished and successfully relaunched as a stylish venue to enjoy all that Mediterranean living is about and leave any stresses of daily life behind. Inspired by their European and A More info
Tosca restaurant is located in the heart of the quaint and picturesque village of Mellieha in the north of Malta within the 4* Solana Hotel & Spa. The restaurant is a favourite for diners looking for a casual atmosphere, great food and affordable prices in nice surroundings. Specializing in fresh produce ranging from pasta, mouth-watering fresh meats and fish. A lovely selection of pa More info
Commando is a top rated restaurant situated in Mellieha, a traditional Maltese village which is also a tourist hotspot in northen Malta. The restaurant is housed in a centuries old building and has retained much of its character after the conversion. What might seem as a strange name for a fine dining restaurant, Commando is actually named in honour of the owner's family historic connections wi More info
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