The Chamber of Mysteries is a great dinner show and good value for money since the price includes return transport with a pick-up from your hotel. The restaurant is a beautiful building built by the Knights of St John over 400 years ago. The food is served in a central court yard (there is a cover in case of rain) and the meal is simple but better than we’ve had at Pirates & Arabian Nights. To be honest there was probably too much food and there was also no shortage of Wine and Soft Drinks (also included). The location alone made it a special dining experience not to be missed. They also have a "Malta Experience" menu which is served on selected evenings.
The magic show is held in a small specially constructed theatre on the premises. It has a nice intimate feel and there is plenty of audience interaction for several of the illusions.
Some of the magic is a little dated, some of the tricks were performed by David Nixon (anyone under 50 will need to google him) but that doesn’t detract from what was a very enjoyable night out. After all, you don’t stop listening to a song just because you know the lyrics. The show is suitable for a family audience and even small kids would be unlikely to be scared, although I would drop the first trick. Even though I know how it is done, it still makes me feel sick to watch it which is not what you want after a big meal!
I would definitely recommend it for a night out, in addition to a good meal in a lovely setting, you’re assured of a very entertaining evening.