We found this gem by chance as many establishments are closed on Sundays.
We weren't sure what to expect but were pleasantly surprised from start to finish.
The restaurant is found by walking down a set of stone stairs and is in a tunnel originally built by the Knights of St John year 1570. Once you walk through the museum then grab a table on the terrace overlooking the Bastions.
They have an impressive wine list and a very nice selection of dishes along with daily specials.
The chef sent out deep fried Brie as a taster which was very nice along with freshly made hot rolls.
We thoroughly enjoyed the beef carpaccio and fois gras terrine followed by a second course of freshly made Ravioli stuffed with Castelmgano cheese with a pistachio and olives sauce.... Yum
Our mains were a rack of lamb and veal...the potatoes are worthy of a mention as they are served sliced, doused in olive oil, curry herbs and aniseed and then baked...simply delicious!
With a bottle of red, welcome glasses of Prosecco, dessert, after dinner drinks & water...our bill was under €150!
Malta offers excellent value for money and this beautiful find comes highly recommended.
We had a wonderful evening celebrating our 1st wedding anniversary here and even the non stop chatter from the lady seated next to us in a group didn't deter our enjoyment!
Highly highly recommend Rampila!