The Secret Food of Valletta

May 13, 2019

Filled with golden stone buildings, beautifully embellished churches, colourful balconies and glistening blue seas – Malta’s capital, Valetta, might be small, but it's full of wonders and charm. Down every shaded side street there is an ornate restaurant or a dinky café just waiting to be discovered. Some easier to discover than others, each business has something unique to offer their customers; industrial modern décor to the best Carbonara you’ll ever try.

 

 

 

 

 

Kirra Cafe

St. Lucia's Street, Il-Belt Vallett

 

 

Kirra Café is based in St. Lucia’s street, it offers nice views of the long and shaded streets in Valetta. The food is reasonably priced, and they offer a different special every day. The décor of the café is very industrial however slightly modern which is something that sets it aside from every café in Valletta.

Outside seating is available, but there isn’t much so if you want a seat in the sun, you’ll need to be quick.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soul Food

Merchants St, Valetta

 

This restaurant literally serves some of the best food I’ve tried in Malta. All of their food is either vegan, vegetarian or organic. Their menu offers a wide range of foods to suit everyone’s needs. You can get a 3-course meal for just under 25 euro.

 

Their only seating options are outside however there is a shaded area and a tent which offers protection from the

weather.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Corner

Strait St, Valletta

 

This small little café is hidden away down a small side street, especially known for its amazing cakes and its amazing coffee. The café is within close proximity to the city however still really affordable.

 

Their great taste in music makes for a relaxed vibe, definitely recommended to anyone who wants to wind down with a quick coffee and cake.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zero Sei

Old Theatre Street, Il-Belt Valletta

 

Zero Sei has been awarded TripAdvisor’s certificate of excellence 4 years running, this just goes to show how good this restaurant is. Featuring Italian, Mediterranean and European food; this restaurant has food to cater for everyone. 

 

Said to have the best carbonara on the island, Zero Sei definitely puts up a good fight to its Valletta competitors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Café Leone

Old Theatre Street, Il-Belt Valletta

 

 

This small café based opposite the Teatru Manoel (Manoel Theatre), will set you back €1.20 for a traditional ‘Tuna Ftira’. Their large portions but low costs make this café a perfect stop for any tourist looking to eat on a budget! With a small seating area indoors, the café allows you to escape the harsh Maltese sun whilst enjoying your food and beverage.

 

After a quick bite, it's recommended to tour the Manel Theatre, for only €5 you can receive a full tour of the theatre and a brief history lesson.

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