Situated in the hub of activity, the establishment is easy to find. We liked the atmosphere and the rustic decor, which is very adequate to such city historical city. For lunch we had a wrap and a pizza. Compared to other valletta cafes, the prices are quite cheap.. But don't expect frills. My friend's wrap was served with a little side salad.. No chips and my pizza was served cold, and slightly overcooked. the crust was very stiff and I had to ask the waiter himself to cut it for me, very much to my embarrassment. The staff seems like they are making you a forced favour but they were not rude. I think I will visit again, but this time to try some massive doughnuts I saw on display.
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