Italian restaurants in Malta
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You're sure to find something to fill a gap at this unpretentious eatery overlooking a tranquil little square. There are lots of hearty Italian pasta dishes (under €8), grilled meats and fish.
Cosmana Navarra was the Maltese aristocrat who paid for St Paul's Church – and this restaurant is housed in her former home. It's a lovely old building that preserves many original features, and has been brightened with colourful tiles and modern lamps. It's a good family choice, predominantly serving pizza and pasta. The pick of the desserts is the imqarets (fried date pastries) with ice cream.