There’s nothing that Maltese people don’t love more than a #refill. The mere mention of a ‘buffet option’ would make any of us feel a rush of joy come over us – whether or not we choose to admit it.
If you unabashedly love a good buffet then you’re going to want to check out hotel restaurants on the islands – most of them do an all-you-can-eat option. But if you prefer to do buffet sans that hotel vibe, here’s a few restaurants that will give you that option!
1. Ta’ Marija – Maltese
Ta’ Marija is known for serving delicious local food, and they also do a mean carvery buffet. It includes bebbux, arjoli, seafood, Maltese rabbit, bragioli and loads more. Their buffets are held every Saturday dinner and Sunday lunch.
2. Okurama – Japanese
This one is a buffet with a twist. You don’t a browse physical display of unlimited food, instead you choose from a buffet on paper. Then you have a number of rounds in which to eat your food. There are different tiers at different prices. It all sounds more complicated than it actually is, but the result is abundant Japanese goodness.
3. Ta’ Cassia Restaurant – Maltese
If you’re looking for a buffet dining experience with a different then you’ve got to go for the Ta’ Cassia majjalata night. It happens every Wednesday in the summer season. So pay attention to their Facebook page for updates!
4. Shaukiwan – Chinese
Shaukiwan is known for its great value buffet nights. So if nothing will hit the spot quite like a Chinese binge, head to Xemxija on a Wednesday Friday, Saturday and Sunday for lunch or dinner.
5. Razzett Antik – Maltese
This traditional Maltese restaurant is a 400-year-old converted farmhouse built by the Knights of St John as a milling factory to grind grain into flour. Now it offers a buffet option on Saturday evenings Sunday lunch. Old school goodness.
6. Gandhi Tandoori – Indian
You can dig into an Indian buffet on Friday for dinner, Saturday and Sunday for both dinner and lunch. Get ready to enjoy sixteen all-you-can-eat starters and entrees for one fixed price.
7. Zest – Asian
Zest’s East Meets West Buffet is hosted on the last Wednesday of every month, offering patrons an unlimited selection of Zest’s signature sushi and authentic dishes. Aside from this, they also have awesome sharing menus that you can order with friends. So basically you get to dig into a bunch of different dishes for one fixed price – buffet bingo!