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In the sleepy streets of Birgu lies a gem of a restaurant. Set over two floors, cute tables are nestled into every corner. We made a booking through Watsapp and couldn’t wait to see what Osteria VE had to offer. They have a well priced...More
We went for a dinner without booking and we had the chance to find last table available. The dinner was fantastic from the starter to the dessert. We started with tuna tartare and peaches, then we proceeded with grilled octopus and sea bass with pistachios....More
Had a lovely dinner here, particularly enjoyed the octopus gratin. This is a much better option than the touristy places down on the waterfront! The building itself is also quirky and interesting. Loved it!
This is an excellent restaurant in a very old building, with limited seating. One couple was actually seated on the stairway. We arrived at 7:30 without a reservation. They had a table free until 8:30 which limited our experience. The lamb and sea bass were...More
Osteria.Ve(neto) is the result of three inspired Italians from the region of Veneto.
Booking a table for two was simple, via WhatsApp, with a prompt friendly response by one of the owners.
The restaurant is situated in the very calm and aristocratic quarters of Birgu...More
Visited on March 2019. Recommend this restaurant for an evening meal.
Good selection on the menu and polite friendly staff.
We shared a starter (pic 1) dates wrapped in ham and I ordered risotto with squid and asparagus (pic 2). Food very tasty and huge...More
This has to be the quirkiest restaurant we’ve been to in a long time! It’s quite small with tables tucked into every available nook and cranny! We ate In a little window alcove on the first floor (up a steep winding staIrcase) . The walls...More
This small but intimate restaurant is on 2 levels with a narrow winding staircase.Its iconic decoration is wonderfully done. The menu is small but specialised. Fish, pasta and meat. It has a good selection of wines and beers. The food is excellent, cooked to your...More