St Julian's is blessed with several very good restaurants and Gululu adds to that reputation. On our recent visit we ate late afternoon (tea time to us northerners!) and had two Mediterranean dishes - Ghagin Grieg (Pasta with minced pork) and Froga tat-Tarja with bacon (a pasta cake shaped like an omelette made from spaghetti). Both were really nice, tasty and well presented and good value for money if there was one criticism it would be there was a little too much to eat but some might not find that a problem. We would have given it a full five stars if the service had been a little quicker but perhaps we were not used to the pace of Maltese life so early in the holiday.
This is another restaurant that demands a visit from those staying on the island and it also provides an opportunity to sample food other than the ubiquitous Italian food that proliferates on the island.
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