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Lascaris War Rooms
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1a Triq San Ġwann · interesting places nearby
La Sicilia information
You're sure to find something to fill a gap at this unpretentious Sicilian-owned eatery with seating out on a tranquil little square. There are lots of hearty Italian pasta dishes, grilled meats and fish; the swordfish is particularly good. It's a good place to eat with kids as they can play on the surrounding steps when they've finished.