Maltese in St Julians

The ‘Fenkata’ (a traditional Rabbit stew) is synonymous with Malta’s local diet and a mainstay in typical Maltese restaurants. However, Maltese cooking is much more than this and visiting the right place will have you licking your lips for more.

Hobza biz-Zejt (stuffed Maltese bread), Zebbug Imhawwar (stuffed olives), Gbejniet tal-Bzar (peppered Goat’s cheese), Aljotta (fish soup), Timpana (baked macaroni), Summien (quail) and Zalzett Malti (Maltese sausage) are but a few of the traditional Maltese dishes you can enjoy and are still popular with locals at home or when dining out.