Fresh salads and tasty pastries.
This casual corner eatery offers the best freshly prepared piadina in Valletta, with a great selection of fillings.
Daily fresh pasta and homemade cakes are also a must try.
Wide selection of vegan and vegetarian items
Merchant Street, corner with Archbishop Street
one of the oldest coffee shops in Valletta. Imposing 18th century décor.
Best for ambiance and freshly baked pastizzi (local pastries).
The new extension ‘Dolce’ offers a more contemporary ambiance.
244 Republic Street
Freshly baked pasteries (try one of their large Qassatat (pies).
24 Melita Street
Dine in an old bakery (the original ovens are still used).
Local ingredients, fresh food.
211, Republic Street
An elegant setting, family run.
Continental cuisine. Located in ‘tunnels’ within the bastions.
St John’s Cavallier Street
Maltese rustic decor and traditional dishes.
6 St Christopher Street
Worth a visit for it’s facade (don’t be mislead since it says Confectionery).
Local dishes, including rabbit.
53 Old Bakery Street
An intimate setting in the Main Square. Jazz nights on selected nights.
A favourite with the locals and serves a variety of Maltese and Sicilian dishes.
A small place with few tables. Genuine food.
One of Brad Pitt’s favourite spots in Valletta.
136 Melita Street
Varied menu. Freshly prepared.
22 Old Bakery Street
THE HARBOUR CLUB
Beautifully decorated, great location.
4/5, Quarry Wharf
The best view in Valletta.
Casual and laidback.
1 St John’s Street (at the very bottom of street)
The old police station has been converted. Sit right at the edge of the sea.
Fresh fish al-fresco.