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  • On this discussion page i would like to invite you to post your feedback about restaurants you have visited lately. Just write down your experience, food, services, quality for money, location,ambient … anything which is helpful to other users in helping them decide where to go out to eat!

    Posted on 17:06 on 25 September
  • trattoria 3 frati-hal-gharghur!excellent!!!!

    Posted on 17:19 on 25 September
  • Nearly every Saturday we go to Mellows in Mosta. They have a small menu but do specialities every week, their portions are really big and they also have a good pizza. Good value for money ;o)

    Posted on 17:27 on 25 September
  • Time permits I make it a point to dine out once a week. There are a few restaurants where I actually feel at home and this makes my eating-outing worthwhile and enjoyable. Amongst these few I would love to mention La Capanna (M'Xlokk) Taste (Fortina Spa Resort) Giannini & Il-Horza (Valletta), Rebekah's (Mellieha) and Tarragon (St. Paul's Bay). The food at these restaurants is simply delicious and the service flawless. I would recommend these restaurants to all those who seek refined selective dinning.
    Amongst the restaurants mentioned earlier, I would have liked to include Ta' Cassia Salina Restaurant but although the food was great the service left much to be desired.Will give it another try hoping service is more up to standard. After all service is a key issue. Good service is unselfconscious, itu2019s unfussy and itu2019s appropriately attentive
    Let's face it I donu2019t want waitstaff hovering around, anxious to interrupt at the slightest nod, but then again I donu2019t want to have to sit there for 50 minutes before I can get someone to bring me my starter.

    Posted on 17:55 on 25 September
  • spent the day in Gozo and at lunch time drove down to Marsalfon to eat at one of the restaurants in the Menqa. I was feeling super lazy and could not find a a parking spot less than 10 steps away from any restaurant i just drove away from Marsalforn.

    I had been recommended a small restaurant in Cittadella by George the curator at the Folkore Museum. Next door to teh Victoria cathedral are two small shops the first sells typical hand knitted Gozo cardigans (not sure if anyone actually buys these any more) and next door to it is a place called Ta Rikardu. This place is actually one of the most photgraphed spots in Gozo since outside the door is a wooden barrel with a decoration of Maltese bread, Sun dried tomatoes, Gbejniet and other pickles.

    Anyway to cut the story shirt we ordered a fenkata (the menu selection is very limited and they offer rabbit 3 types of pasta and baby goat stew. When the food arrived we were a bit disappointed that the ordered fenkata did not include the traditional spaghetti rabbit which needs to be ordered separately.

    The rabbit Stew was delicious, super tender and the over baked potatoes with fennel and rosemary were so good. we were given a big wicker basket full of thick clices fo fresh and crunchy Maltese bread. We quickly forgot the initial disappointment that we had skipped the spaghetti with rabbit sauce. The rabbit was one of the very best i had ever tasted. I was clearly slow cooked rich in taste yet felt 100u0025 homemade complete with fresh herbs and local red wine.

    The restaurant is next door to the folklore museum and the waiter told us that Ta' Rikardu was a family business and they had actually once owned the premises of the folkore museum. The discussion soon turned into one of insufficient expropriation compensation only to be interrupted by the waitress's bother on law who apparently brought fresh meat supplies.

    Prices are very reasonable, a plate of rabbit in stew and oven baked potatoes costs around 12Euro. Waitress is not very proficient in using the ePos machine 🙂

    This was the first time i visited Ta' Rikardu but i will definitely visit again the next time i'm in Gozo.

    Quality of food 10/10
    Ambiance 7/10
    Service 7/10
    Value for Money 8/10
    Average Score: 8

    Posted on 18:16 on 25 September
  • lol vra tal ePos

    Posted on 18:30 on 25 September
  • Joe Smith said:
    WE LOVE THE FOOD IN THE LITTLE WASTER PUB IN QAWRA, REALY NICE , ALSO THE TAVERN PUB IN QAWRA IS GREAT ASWELL ,LOVELY AND PLENTY OF IT

    Posted on 19:02 on 25 September
  • I have just returned to Australia after visiting the place where I grew up in Gozo….Marsalforn, and must mention Menqa l-Qadima restaruant…..Highly recommend it…

    Quality of food 10/10
    Ambiance 8/10
    Service 9/10
    Value for Money 10/10

    Very friendly staff, and the owners are always there, husband being the chef and she is always very welcoming and keeping things running smoothly. 🙂

    Average Score: 8

    Posted on 21:44 on 25 September
  • Restaurants we have visited and surely will go again are: Terragon – great food with the perfect service and really nice view; Do Brazil – loved the whole concept and enjoyed trying different foods; Gozitan – a nice place where to enjoy our traditional dishes; chophouse – wonderful view to go with the delicious meat dishes they have; spice island – love every inch of their buffet 🙂

    Posted on 18:14 on 18 October
  • Restaurants that I visited lately with a friend was the Blue elephant. The asian food was excellent as usual though pricey as quality ingredients are used. I stopped going to chinese restaurants in malta (even the nice ones at Valletta Waterfront) as their food all tasted the same as if everyone is buying the dishes from the same retailer, but this is not the case with the Blue elephant.
    For a restaurant in a five star hotel (the Hilton) I expected the service to be faster at times (eg issuing of bill). The ambience is superb and service always comes with a smile.

    Posted on 19:37 on 18 October
  • ONE RESTAURANT TO STAY AWAY FROM IS RAMPILA AT CITY GATES .FOR A LOUSY BOTTLE OF WATER I WAS CHARGED 5 EURO, I CALL THAT HIGHWAY ROBBERY .THE BEER WAS CHEAPER THEN WATER THERE AS BEER WAS 1.75 EURO

    Posted on 12:06 on 29 October
  • When we go to Gozo we always eat at SeaShells in Xlendi. Very good food with a very friendly staff and very good value for money. We went several times and continue to go and eat over there. Try it out.
    Then in Malta we really like Mamma Mia in Ta xbiex. As well very good food, friendly staff and great value for money.

    Posted on 8:20 on 15 November