Beautiful tucked away gem! The best lunch we have had. Pasta was divine and the ftira was delicious! The staff were very friendly, felt very comfortable here!
1 - 10 of 37 reviews
Previously have enjoyed now please avoid Service surly unhelpful most items not available eventually had coffee sure had been stewing for a week, sandwich which was plastic cheese ham that was curling and plastic bread Toilets notice to say have to pay if not customer...More
This is in the walls of old city, tucked in a nice garden this was a nice find. Great value for coffee. We did not eat but the food we saw looked very good. Service all very friendly and felt welcomed immediately. Would return if...More
A nice restaurant in the middle of Mdina. The service was good and all three of us enjoyed our meals. I had an open ftira and it was nearly the size of a pizza but much thicker with maltese bread. An excellent meal.
There is a limited choice on the menu, the portions are quite good. When we visited we sat outside in a small yard, the service there was pretty good. The lady who served us was quite pleasant. It was nothing outstanding, prices average. On the...More
We only needed something light, so opted for a Ftira and a coffee each. We didn't wait overlong for our orders, which were both tasty and filling. The courtyard is a lovely setting too.
Visited on Malta's independence day. Restaurant was fairly busy but found a spare table and sat down. Looked at the menu which looked appetizing and reasonably priced. The problem was that having been sitting there for half an hour we had not even been offered...More
The Rosmarino offers a wide variety of light bistro type mediterranean food at highly reasonable prices. It boasts a wonderful courtyard back from the Villegaigon Street under a roof canopy. Staff are highly attentive and helpful. An excellent choice for a light lunch or a...More