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What is Typical Malta food

Vasteras, Sweden
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What is Typical Malta food

Hey,

I going to Malta this coming Tuesday and so curios what is the typical malta food.

Anyone can advise the restaurant serve Malta food which i cant miss it ?

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1. Re: What is Typical Malta food

Hi Joxi,

Traditional foods you must try are:

Pastizzi- there are many small stalls which sell these around Malta's pjazza's. They are a quick cheap snack and a apart of every Maltese persons diet.

Imqaret- the best place to buy these are just outside the entrance gates to Valetta they are deep friend pastires with a date paste inside. Eat them straight away while they're hot.

Fennech Stuffat (Rabbit Stew) is one of Maltas main national dishes. Most restauraunts serve this. For a real authentic restauraunt check out one of the restaurants in Bahrija. It's in the outskirts a bit, but one of the only places that serves old school maltese food.

Kinnie- is Malta's national drink! It's a bitter/ sweet soft drink made from aromatic herbs and bitter oranges

Cisk- Malta's famous beer!!

Hope that helps :) enjoy your time in Malta !!!

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Dave,

This is really helpful. Thank you so much.

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Where are you staying?

There is a lovely restaurant that does Maltese food in Sliema called Ta' Kris - I'm sure they have a website - google it. It is in Fawwara Lane just off Bisazza Street.

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