A great place to watch the locals take the air and the world go by. I had the Maltese platter and a good bottle of local red wine for my Saturday night feast and neither disappointed. The platter came on a large wooden board and consisted of cured and smoked meats, cheeses, Maltese sausage, and pickles. Olives salad fries and wonderful breads. The service was friendly and quick, my only problem was trying to pay, I had to go into the bar which had turned into a night club and the manager seemed too preoccupied with cranking up the music and getting the dancing going so I had quite a wait before I could pay , but the food really was good.
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