my husband and i enjoyed our meals here food was excellent and was the staff. Would definitely recommend it
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Nice place right on the front of the harbour. I had fish of the day which was grilled swordfish with chips and salad and it was lovely. However my friends had the tuna Pasta and Swordfish pasta which unfortunately was a bit dry and bland,...More
I ordered a fish platter for one (25€): mussels, octopus, prawns and buttered calamari. You might expect good fish quality in a reataurant at the harbour...well, not in this case. We walited for more than 1 hour -more than 1 hour, yes- to be served....More
Ok im half maltese and wanted fresh fish.i asked the asian looking host is the swordfish fresh? Yes truly he said. I ordered aliojta fish soup. Nice! No issue Swordfish??? Rubbery bland and tasted as fresh as last weeks solied socks. Joke shop On the...More
Just don’t!! I’m surely not picky but here I had the worst pasta ever!! Can’t even begin to tell what was wrong... Not sure how much you can see in the pictures but they were holding together, there was NO sauce at all! Everything was...More
Sorry to see such variable views of this restaurant. Our experience was very positive: reasonably priced and delicious fresh fish, with friendly and attentive service. A stand-out lunch among many more expensive meals in Malta.
2 and that is mainly for the wine. The food was just average ... I expected more from a place in a village with a plenty of fish . I am afraid that I saw the review later ... The staff is friendly but I...More
Swimming at St Peter’s Pool worked up an appetite and this fisherman’s village on the way out provided an excellent lunch. We ordered the seafood plate for 2 €50, and spoke with the restaurant manager about gluten free options. He ensured all of the seafood...More
I wouldn't even call it risotto. It wasn't even cooked in white wine or garlic. It was just rice cooked in creme. Disgusting. Not even a grain of salt for that matter.