In an age where food consumption and wastage have become prominent talking points in the sustainability sphere, the all-new Hammett’s Monastik in Sliema is on-boarding a holistic approach to cuisine.
Nestled on the Tigné beach seafront, the new eatery promises to deliver a continental European dining experience with a modern twist to the traditional recipes we have come to know and love.
The Hammett’s Monastik concept aims to completely transform the way their clientele think about sourcing ingredients and cooking. This by touting the importance of sustainable cuisine through the use of seasonal crops, shopping locally and minimising food waste as vital pillars to creating some absolutely delightful dishes.
Get a taste of their first-class creations and the truly gorgeous atmosphere waiting to welcome you at Hammett’s Monastik below.
It’s all in the name – Hammett’s Monastik looks to the practices of old taking inspiration from monasteries, and the seasonality of continental Europe. From growing their own crops, to changing up their menu every season, to even pickling and fermenting food for continual use throughout the year, you’re guaranteed a dining experience steeped in a true farm-to-fork concept.
In fact, 99% of the Monastik kitchen is local produce, with flour being the only ingredient the restaurant uses throughout the entire cooking process that is not homegrown.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a classic Hammett’s outlet without their signature sharing concept. Monastik is following suit, giving you the opportunity to sample dishes like gilled pork, potato gnocchi, strawberry crème caramel and so much more with your friends and family.
Grab a bite to eat or take a sip of some gorgeous in-house infusions, carefully crafted by their talented mixologists, while you take in the gorgeous view of Valletta and Marsamxett Harbour.
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