Very good for pasta and fish. The best sea bass. Service also very good. Will go again. Also recommended for Lunch.
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I noticed this restaurant on my way down to the fort.On my way back I stopped in for a late lunchNo melon,so o starter.Straight into the main course,seafood tortellini in tomatoes sauce.It really was a plateful,with uses,clams,octopus and a langouste.Very enjoyable.Finished with a lemon sorbetIcluding...More
We've had the best meal in this restaurant during our week-long stay in Malta. Conveniently located in the Republic Street, but away from the crowds, La Giara offers traditional Sicilian food, with an authentic Italian "feel". We enjoyed everything: starting from delicious, creamy, vegetable soup,...More
One thing I learned after one week in Malta is: ignore the 5 rating reviews. This is a perfect example of that. La Giara is just a small restaurant. Regular to passable food. Calamari was overcooked and chewy; the porcini risotto was dry; the staff...More
There may be a better restaurant in Malta but the food at La Giara was too good and tempting to try another food place. We were in Valletta for eight evenings and went to La Giara for five consecutive nights (they were closed a sixth)....More
This is a very good authentic Italian ( Sicilian ) restaurant. It is small and intimate. Its quirky as it has a large glass panel in the floor so you can see the ruins underneath, but its food is first class. Staff and service are...More
The food at la Giara is authentic Sicilian food . The menu is extensive, the fish was fresh and nicely cooked . Would definitely visit again .
Great dinner experience and service. The Defile' di mare was wonderful and a very good value for money, 9 different plates to share between four persons. The Spaghetti Vongole and Linguine Scoglio were cooked to perfection aswell. As for the main the fresh seabass was...More