- Giannini Restaurant
- T'Anna Mari Restaurant
- Ta' Marija Restaurant
- Hammett's Macina Restaurant
- Zen Japanese Sushi Bar & Teppanyaki
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Giannini is an excellent place to have lunch or dinner when visiting Valletta. The restaurant is situated above St. Michael's bastions with vast views of Manoel Island, Sliema and the pretty Marsamxetto Harbour. The third floor of a typical Malta townhouse, reached by lift from the ground floor lounge bar, has been converted into a delightful restaurant. Giannini tends to be popular with locals More info
T'Anna Mari restaurant is a family run restaurant by chef patron Salvatore and his team. Hailing from Sicily but already having spent many years in Malta, the kitchen here is a mix of the best Sicilian and local cuisine. There is a very heavy accent on fresh and regional produce which is further evidenced with the restaurant's participation in the Slow Food movement that promotes organically grown More info
Ta' Marija Restaurant is a cultural attraction in itself. Awarded the 'The Best Maltese Food Restaurant' for ten consecutive years and with the celebration of Maltese food, wine, culture and heritage at its heart, Ta' Marija is one restaurant you have to visit during your stay in Malta. Keep an eye out for the themed nights. Ta' Marija's Folklore Dinner Shows are held on Wednesday and More info
Hammett's Macina Restaurant is brought to you by award-winning Chef and restauranteur Chris Hammett. After successfully operating The Villa Brasserie in St. Julian's and now complementing the acclaimed Hammett's Gastro Bar in Sliema, this latest venture in the South of Malta offers modern Mediterranean cuisine in historic surroundings. Hammett's Macina is located at the grou More info
The Zen restaurant is located within the wonderful Portomaso residential, commercial and yacht marina complex. Enjoying a great reputation amongst foodies on the island, Zen was the first restaurant to introduce genuine Japanese cuisine to Malta. Zen offers a real Far Eastern experience beyond the Sushi concept which is now a pretty common sight in Malta. The menu (download link located next More info
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