One of the last remaining traditional Maltese trattorias along the tourist strip, local families, along with a few in-the-know visitors, flock to this relaxed eatery. The chef is famed for his homemade succulent braġjoli (thin beef steak stuffed with pork herbs and breadcrumbs, then rolled and cooked) and mouth-watering slow-cooked rabbit. The freshly made pastas and sauces are copious and an excellent value. The menu is matched by local, reputable wines. The restaurant
is a little difficult to find, located down a narrow alley off the main shopping street. There's no view, but don't worry, food and the rustic ambiance add up to a typical Maltese experience.
80 Fawwara Lane, Sliema, SLM 1670, Malta