Marsaxlokk Bay It’s one of the five cities of ,,must see” list if you’re staying in Malta, a stunningly beautiful traditional town with a harbor full of traditional fishing boats.This place is so quiet, charming and colorful at the moment you see it! The view in the harbor is amazing, the smell of fish and the sound of the water makes you feel the highest relaxation level from all the year… Spend a couple of hours here to enjoy this charming place! And for sure,after a minute you just easily can’t past throughout all these lovely,cozy restaurants as well.
,,La Nostra Padrona”
We selected this restaurant from the dozen or so others by the side of the harbor for little other reason than the appealing colors of the table and chairs – orange and blue – I’m glad we did.We had been looking for somewhere to cool off and the air conditioned interior looked appealing. However, it was full of a coach load of tourists so we sat down by the water instead. With the breeze off the sea it was actually really rather nice.The staff were helpful and friendly.
Frutti di mare misto:Seafood platter consisting of mussels,clams,prawns,fazolari. Calmari and octopus cooked in garlic,white wine and herbs.
‘A la Carte’ menu includes Mediterranean dishes, a selection of Fresh Meats and various specialities of the Chef.We ate fresh sea food,fish which is delivered daily right from the boats, a selection of fresh fish and shellfish is always guaranteed.
We also tried:Pepata di cozze|Sautéed black mussels,fresh pepper,garlic,tomato,white wine,lemon and fish broth.Spaghetti Marinara |Sardines,mussels,clams,Cray fish,baby squid,tomatoes and sage.
And for the end i have a special secret for all of you!If you’re one of only who really appreciated this article and maybe in the middle of your heart you thought to visit Malta don’t pass throe eight or ninth kiosk on the main buss stop of Malta (Valletta bus station) the old women with the a small belly can serve you one of the best ,,Pastizzi and Qassatat”in Malta – Pastizzi are some of Malta’s favourite snacks and you can find stalls or bars that sell them everywhere. They are made of ricotta cheese or a green pea mixture stuffed inside pastry. Qassatat are almost the same, but made of a lighter pastry and round, instead of diamond-shaped. Take these two delicacies with you as you walk or drive in Malta.
So as the Scot Adam’s said:“I love you all my readers like a fat kid loves cake!”