Despite the unassuming exterior - it used to be a confectionery and still looks likes one - this must be one of the best restaurants in Malta. We went for a fairly late lunch and, despite finishing well after closing time, never felt rushed. The menu is written on a blackboard and changes every day depending on the season. The owner talked us through every dish, translating anything that we might not understand. I had a local fish (which I've shamefully forgotten the name of) and my girlfriend had baked duck breast. Both were exquisite and it was one of the best meals we've ever had. There's a great selection of local wine too and we shared a beautiful 2009 Bel Syrah. Highly recommended and we wouldn't hesitate to go back. Prices are fairly high for Malta but they're fully justified.
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