Food and drink
It offers Maltese/Italian dishes including fish delivered daily by the fishermen landing at Dwejra on the coast nearby and vegetables from the restaurant’s own garden. There is also excellent homemade Gozitan ice cream (I’d recommend the fig).
It's bright and comfortable: old limestone walls set off by white linen tablecloths and light modern trappings, and smart but relaxed. There are also a few tables outside on the square in summer.
In my own experience - it's good – but I have recently heard reports of the restaurant having problems when it is very full in peak season. It should be fine outside of the August rush.
It's in the centre of San Lawrenz in a traditional Gozitan village square with a large church at one end, traditional limestone buildings, village store, tiny police station with old-fashioned blue lantern, and oleander trees.
Starters are around 7 euros and mains around 15 euros.
Tables to book
Sit outside in summer.
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers