The south of Malta has become quite a hotspot for awesome eateries. Traditionally the best place in Malta to get fresh fish and seafood, the south now boasts some of the best meat-focused establishments as well.
Be it affordable, family-friendly fare, or upscale, romantic restaurants, don’t underestimate the south of Malta when it comes to delicious food.
The newly revamped Bert’s Kitchen has some of the smokiest meats on the island. With their own in-house smoker – named Nelly – massive food and beer menu, and open-kitchen layout, this could be your new favourite hangout.
2. Ta’ Rita
This place is perfect for a large family meal. They’ve got Maltese platters, delicious rabbit dishes, and of course, all the fresh fish and seafood you could ever need. Also, enjoy a great view of Filfla.
Upscale and always elegant, go to Wejla when you want to experience a different side of Malta.
The newly-opened Tex Mex in the south of Malta is set to revolutionise cooking in the south. From the direction of their head chef Adam to their funky new menu and top-of-the-range kitchen, keep your eyes on this place.
Some of the freshest fish on the island, cooked into some of the most beautiful dishes on the island. Of course it’s Tartarun.
This laid-back eatery in the centre of Wied il-Għajn has some of the tastiest marinated ribs and burgers on the island. Their Irish burger is to die for, with a homemade Jameson sauce really making this burger stand out.
Looking for refined Italian dishes and fresh seafood? Well, you’ll definitely find both of those and more at Terrone.
8. Bongo Nyah
Bongo Nyah and Zion are your alternative stalwarts in the region. Tasty and healthy items like smoothies, juices and mains like the Bean Burger as well as the Chicken Teriyaki makes this place a lowkey gem.
This Italian-run restaurant is all about pairing high quality food with high quality wines – and their passion is written all over their menu of Italian delights.
Pet-friendly, affordable, hi-tech and stylish – it’s no wonder that iPlace is a fan favourite.
If fish n’ chips, beef pies and a pint of lager are your thing, than look no further than the Londoner’s Pub. And the ample parking nearby is always a bonus.