Visited again, this time for Sunday lunch. We had ravioli, Gozitan platter for two, fish patties and seafood risotto as starters - very good portions and nicely cooked, served in a relatively short time, keeping in mind the restaurant was full. As mains we had angus beef steak, rabbit, slow-cooked quails, chicken legs, fresh fish of the day and pasta seafood. Baked potatoes and hot vegetables accompanied the plates. Apart from thumbs up for the food quality, critical comments on the table included the possibility of a wider choice on the main courses. Served white wine was well chilled, as it should be. Cappucino cake, amaretto panna cotta were a good choice to wrap up the lunch. For a quite formal dining experience, it was good value for money. Service was also very good, under the boss's supervision, which gives the whole thing a more professional and warm dimension. A recommendable restaurant for a peaceful Sunday lunch, with a nice view of the Mġarr harbour.
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