Food and drink
There is a list of 300 local and foreign wines plus a small blackboard menu of home cooking – cottage pie, chicken stew, vegetarian ravioli, with side salad all beautifully presented - at very reasonable prices.
It's a small cosy vaulted cellar of a traditional 17th-century (Knights’ period) Valletta townhouse; dark wood and musical instruments hang on the walls along with a changing display of contemporary art.
Staff are welcoming and efficient.
It's at the top of a flight of stone steps that is the top of Strait Street. The other end of the road was once Valletta’s red light district. No more.
One of the very few places where you can get a good plate of food and a glass of house wine for not much over 10 euros.
- Backpackers / Students
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- No fuss