Named after the Sicilian Village that inspired it's creation, Sciacca Grill are unique Steak & Grill restaurants that both go beyond its culinary calling. Within Sciacca’s confines, you’ll find the kind of effortless taste that’ll envelop your stay, exalt your senses, and ultimately make you party to the excellence we recite. Welcome to the experience.
The Mediterranean is known for its fresh and mouth-watering cusine, and Malta in particular, is home to many excellent restaurants in almost each and every town. You can opt for a small restaurant in the heart of the city centre, eateries on promenades offering picteresque views and large restaurants in the country side.
The Maltese Cuisine is a combination of cuisines from other civilisations that were in Malta in the past, with an addition of an island’s touch. This exciting mix of different cooking ingredients and methods, have given Malta a number of mouth-watering dishes.
The capital city of Malta and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Valletta, has so much to offer its residents and visitors. The capital was established in the 16th century, by the Knights of St John. Primarily it was known for its museums, churches and palaces, however, nowadays, it’s also becoming a hub for high-end entertainment such as boutique hotels, lounges, shopping and fine dining restaurants.When it comes to restaurants it’s hard to go wrong in Valletta, however, depending on your taste, you might prefer some over the others. In this guide, we introduce 5 best restaurants in Valletta, that Welcome Center Malta confidently recommends.
Gold has been a symbol of wealth and prestige for thousands of years. The Ancient Egyptians treasured the metal’s rarity, brilliance, and malleability. Their love of gold also spilled over into a bubbly liquid as golden as the sands of the Sahara — beer.The Egyptians drank it daily. The Pyramids of Giza were built by workers with a daily ration of almost five liters of beer. Gods and goddesses were even associated with it.Malta’s close proximity to Egypt makes it a natural heir to the golden art and science of beer-making. At the center of the Mediterranean, the islands of Malta are increasingly a destination for culinary connoisseurs with a passion for the depth and complexity of this ancient libation.
Everyday at 16:00 in Malta, a cannon is fired over the ships lining the island’s Grand Harbour. When you hear it, you know that evening has arrived.It is also a signal that it might be a good time to open a bottle of Maltese wine.Living in Malta has many advantages. For the wine lover, the ability to taste wines that are rarely found anywhere else on Earth is certainly one of them.Whether you’re swirling a glass of golden girgentina, or sipping a ġellewża as red as Maltese strawberries, wine is one of the many rewards of moving to Malta.
The value of a gift lies not in the price tag, but in the story it tells. When you’re living in Malta, you want to be able to share a valuable story of the islands with friends and family.Gourmet gifts are a great platform for sharing your stories. By giving these Maltese delicacies, you are able to entertain and inform those you care about.But, even more interestingly, in the process of giving, you too become a part of the story.