Although the menu seems exciting and varied, I was immediately drawn to the crab ravioli. I asked specifically to the waitress whether they were home made and made with fresh crab meat, especially since it's quite difficult to get crab meat in Malta. She confirmed that they were both.
So I was quite let down when my plate arrived. First of all the plate was garnished horribly, as there were few ravioli in a big plate, so someone thought it better to cover it with a bunch of rucola. Then when I tasted it, I knew immediately it wasn't fresh or just crab meat. I asked again, asking if it had any kind of cheese mixed with it, and again the reply was no, only crab, although the waitress then told me it also had lobster. I am quite certain it was mixed with ricotta cheese.
My friends didn't complain about their food but I was frustrated at the lack of honesty.
Another thing to note and which I didn't like was the fact that the restaurant only had one toilet for both sexes, which I din't expect from such an established restaurant.
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