Eat, Drink, Relax in Malta
If there’s one thing Mediterranean countries all know how to produce it’s great food, and Malta is certainly no exception. It should come as no massive shock that fresh fish and seafood are prominent on most menus, while fresh salads and herbs, wonderful cheeses, anchovies and olives are all staples. Look out for the delicious Alijotta, a fish broth, and Fenkata, the national dish - a hearty rabbit stew! There are restaurants covering virtually every type of cuisine to be found here, as you’ll see from this extensive directory. And for a drink, choose from hundreds of bars selling excellent local wines and great beers produced by the island’s brewery Farsons, including Cisk, the local lager-style offering.
Gianpula is a night club in the limits of Rabat situated in the valley below Malta's old capital and the medieval town of Mdina.It is an old farmhouse with grounds expanding over an area of 30 tumoli of land. The Main Room during the last 24 years has served as Malta's foremost open air night club during the months. READ MORE
Q Bar is one of Malta’s latest lounge bar concepts launched at the end of 2007, situated at the elegant location of the Valletta Waterfront, Grand Master Pinto's baroque wharf built in the 18th Century. READ MORE