I sit between the two extremes of review which seem to characterise this restaurant. If I had read the reviews on TA before going, I might have been put off which would have been a shame. We visited on a rainy Sunday in May and were glad to find somewhere that was open and not packed out. The service was eccentric to say the least - the owner seemed a little embarrassed to have us in the restaurant. To cut a long story short, we both ordered swordfish with roast potatoes (i.e. chips) and it was the best cooked and seasoned piece of fish I had the whole week we were in Valletta. Oddities included being offered, rather reluctantly, red or white wine and only finding out later (by listening in on another table) that there was a wine list. Another was that, as is traditional, we were given a basket of bread, but this arrived with our main meal after waiting about 30 minutes; thankfully the wine came quicker than that. Our meal was also accompanied by a surprisingly good accordion and guitar duo. Not sure if I would go back as it was a strange place, but I couldn't fault the fish.
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