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Where to Eat around The Westin Dragonara Resort, Malta

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The Maltese islands are a beautifully historic and naturally picturesque destination in the middle of the Mediterranean sea. Swimming through sunken ships, connecting with local artisans, weaving down historic streets, and basking in the sun are all apart of a trip here.
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Marina St, Marsalforn, Malta
After visiting the Ta Mena Winery and farms on Gozo I completed my farm-to-table experience in Marsalforn, a little fishing village along the sea. The Ta Mena Farm runs the restaurant Il-Kartell and supplies the fresh produce and wines they have...
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143 St Domnic Street, Valletta VLT 1605, Malta
Wander off the main street, lose the tourists, and head up the hilly side streets to find Nenu. This artisan bakery is downstairs in a restored, classic bakery that was refurbished to preserve the art of Maltese baking. I enjoyed the the Ftira...
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133, Triq Spinola, St Julian's, Malta
Set on the edge of scenic Spinola Bay, friendly Gululu serves up simple, traditional Maltese dishes to an always-buzzing crowd of tourists and locals alike. You can take a seat at one of the outside tables that spill out toward the water's edge,...
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Strait St, Valletta, Malta
Scotch whiskies line the bar at this upbeat, cave-like bistro in Valletta. The menu features lots of tapas meant for sharing, as well as bigger internationally influenced dishes such as house-cured fresh salmon in 10-year-old Talisker. The bar...
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8, Triq il-Bajja, Ballutta Bay, San Giljan, Malta
Located in an old town house, Peperoncino offers a warm, cozy atmosphere in its limestone walled dining room and boasts views across Balluta Bay from its terrace. The menu features dishes with Maltese, Sicilian, and Italian influences. The...