Food and drink
You can breakfast, lunch and supper here – and anything in between. In the evening it turns into a welcoming 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. Cosy in winter and cool in summer.
The staff are friendly.
It's right on the main square of Gozo’s capital, Victoria, just below the citadel.
Soft drinks are just over 1 euro; main courses 8-10 euros, and wraps etc about half that.
There are other branches in Valletta (125 St Lucia Street, 356 21 252 332) and Gzira (209 The Strand, 356 21 337 141).
- Backpackers / Students
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- People watching
- No fuss
- Chilling out
- Design and architecture