Because Malta is so close to Italy, you get a lot of pasta and pizza style dishes. Whilst I was away, I did try various pasta dishes and a couple pizza's, however, the lighting in the restaurant wasn't great so the pictures don't show them too well.
|Spaghetti Carbonara was the best I think I have ever tasted - even better than Prezzo's version.|
Whilst I did enjoy all the carbs, I sometimes felt that the pasta made me feel so full and uncomfortable, and in any other country, this would be where I would try other local meals. However, for those who don't know, apart from Italian favourites, the national dishes of Malta either contain fish, which I don't like, or rabbit which I refuse to eat, having kept rabbits as pets most of my life.
It therefore left me with very little to choose from, so the photos that are to follow, I will admit, aren't going to be very exciting, but I thought I would show them anyway.
|Whilst these mozzarella sticks were tasty, the mango chutney that came with them was amazing.|
|Warm waffle's with ice cream and chocolate sauce became one of my favourite treats...|
|... As did this delicious chocolate doughnut with custard filling.|
|The all you can eat buffet for breakfast was dangerous when they had fry ups on the menu. Although I am happy to say that this was a weekend treat for me and during the week I had healthier options.|
|Lastly, I became obsessed with these fig rolls which are also a national favourite and ended up bringing some more home to enjoy.|
Until next time