Saw it on Sunday. Were intrigued by the presentation of the menu. Came back and tried it out on Wednesday. Had a vegetarian lunch: ravjul stuffed with Maltese cheeselets (gbejniet) and basil, and the marrows stuffed with vegetables, accompanied by potatoes (patata tal-forn) and a grilled vegetables salad. Everything very tasty with a tasteful presentation. Tried their homemade ice-cream from Maltese cheeselets. Excellent and not too sweet! The restaurant owner, a very pleasant person who seems to love what he does. Prosit! Won't be our last visit.
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