We booked this place online although perhaps a little late (at around 6pm). When we arrived, the head waitress didn't have the information about our booking, but checked quickly and was able to accommodate us despite the place being very busy and pretty full. We suggest to call this place if you want to book a table.
We shared local cheeselets for starter and for mains we had a sea bass and a Maltese rabbit stew. All washed down with some nice local Chardonnay. We loved the food, the cheeselets were cooked to perfection: crispy on outside and soft on the inside. The rabbit and sea bass were cooked very well, well seasoned too and had a subtle taste. The rabbit was soft and almost melting in the mouth.
The service was excellent - attentive without being intrusive. Very friendly staff.
The restaurant is located very well in the main street and next to the old Millieha and has great ambience. We had a great evening and plan to come back again.
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