Food and drink
You can breakfast, lunch and supper here – not to mention enjoy morning coffee, Afternoon Tea and evening drinks (when it turns into a buzzing bar). Food ranges from well-filled wraps and traditional pastizzi (Maltese mini-pasties) to Nana’s homemade cheese ravioli.
It's very individual: walls papered with old newspapers and hung with wonky posters and random objects including an upside down table and chairs on the ceiling. It's cosy in winter and cool in summer. The clientele is mostly people working in Valletta, business people and lawyers, as well as shoppers and tourists-in-the-know. I find it a very handy place to drop into between appointments in Valletta.
Staff are friendly and generally efficient.
It's on a typical Valletta Street in the heart of the city surrounded by the sights.
Mains courses cost 8-10 euros, wraps etc are about half that.
There is another branch at Gzira (209 The Strand, 356 21 337 141) and Gozo (8 Independence Square, Victoria, 356 21 558 921).
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- People watching
- No fuss
- Design and architecture