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Take a break from the bacon and cabbage and sit back and enjoy the delicious food Malta has to offer...

What to eat in Malta

Pastizzi Pastries

After flying from Cork to Malta, we recommend you first try some pastizzi pastries, which are a traditional savoury pastry which can be filled with either ricotta or mushy peas. They are delicious, so it’s no wonder they are a local delicacy! There are many fantastic unique Maltese dishes that should be tried while you’re there. For example, it should be a crime to visit Malta and not try the local sourdough bread! With a crunchy exterior and a soft interior, you’ll never feel the same about bread ever again. The food in Malta is absolutely delicious!

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Lampuki Pie

Most traditional and local Maltese food depends on the seasons. During your visit to Malta, you should look out for the gorgeous Lampuki pie, which is a fish pie. It’s a favourite for the locals, especially since the fish is always nice and fresh! It would be the perfect meal to have after spending the day exploring the beautiful towns and beaches of Malta. Rabbits are a massive dish in Malta, most popular fried and served with spaghetti or served as a stew. As this is an unusual choice of dish, it’s worth trying while in Malta.

 
Where to eat
 
Dinner In The Sky 
 
If you’re looking for a unique dining experience on your trip to Malta, we highly recommend ‘Dinner In The Sky’, here they elevate 22 guests to 40 metres above the rooftops of the island. Here at Dinner In The Sky, they combine a perfect balance of great food and fun into one completely unique and breath-taking experience, that you won’t want to miss out on! Enjoy the views this restaurant experience has to offer while eating delicious food, it sounds perfect, right? The best part is that it is completely safe, the table can return to ground in less than one minute and the system is checked before every single flight. It’s quite the unique experience that you will never forget! 
 
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One80
 
However, if you’re looking for something more low-key, One80 offers stunning views, from the majestic parish church perching on the top of the hill to the largest sandy beach of the island, Mellieha Bay. This has given them the inspiration for the name of the hotel as you receive a lovely 180 degrees view of the island while here. Enjoy an evening lunch while watching the sunset here, it’s quite the romantic spot! Views can be enjoyed from every spot of the restaurant while savouring their distinctive dishes! Yum!
 
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