Maltese, Italian and Mediterranean cooking are on the menu in this charming 300-year-old building, which used to be a farmhouse. On balmy evenings snare a table on the popular terrace.
Forget fine dining and instead opt to rough it with in-the-know locals in this informal eatery just next to the town’s beach. The menu includes simple fish meals as well as a more expansive seafood platter, which comes highly recommended.
You can dine here or just party as they have a great bar. Think smooth cocktails, comfy sofas and a balmy terrace. It is easy to see why this is a current favourite of the local cognoscenti.
This top-notch seafood restaurant enjoys a prime position in an old 19th-century villa overlooking the sea. Phone ahead to book a place on the coveted terrace if you want to impress a hot date.
St Julians is Malta’s party town, and Axis is where it gets most intense with DJs spinning heavy beats to a hedonistic crowd. It also incorporates two additional clubs called Matrix, which is more hip hop-oriented, and Styx which goes all disco at night