Ta' Marija Restaurant - Award winning Maltese cuisine and folklore show
Celebrate Malta. Celebrate its food, its wine, its culture and its heritage at the award winning Ta' Marija Restaurant
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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 Friday evenings with strolling musicians playing mandolins and guitars, who belt out the sweetest of Maltese song with assured merriment in the making. After your delicious dinner, the charming Maria Muscat will present the folklore show in a variety of languages, featuring six dancers who lure you into a jovial story of Maltese history told through dance.
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On Saturday evenings local popular entertainers captivate the audience with singing and music for dancing on their unique lit dancefloor. Great value for money sumptuous Carvery Buffets are also offered on Saturday evenings and Sunday lunches
Your hosts, the Muscat family, are a charming bunch. Benny and Marija Muscat founded the establishment in 1964 as the successful Whisper Knightclub and Farmhouse in Mosta. Feeling the need to offer genuine Maltese cuisine with the growth of tourism in Malta, they revamped the locale and opened Ta' Marija in 1990. Named after the lady of the house, Marija also ably comperes the regular shows in various languages. Ben Muscat Jr. joined the fold rounding up his parent's 50 years experience in a modern framework of management style. The one thing that has not changed in all these years is how the family and team work together to present a uniquely warm and friendly Maltese dining experience.
Ta' Marija can comfortably seat 200 diners split in two dining areas. The decor takes in many typical Maltese characteristics, such as the rubble inspired walls, wooden trellises and various hanging farming artefacts. Seating arrangements can easily be altered according to needs and is able to host any type of function: from good value meals for groups to the most sumptuous champagne gala dinners.
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