Malta’s cuisine

Malta is a food lover’s paradise. Cuisine in Malta is a fusion of its many influences from Turkey, Italy and the Arab world. And with clear blue seas which are full of a variety of fish, there is an abundance of fresh, delicious seafood.

Restaurants in St. Julians Malta cater to most tastes, and guests will find three different restaurants (as well as two bars) at the Radisson Blu Resort, Malta St. Julian's.

Food in Malta
Visitors to Malta can look forward to local favourites like lampuki pie (fish pie), braġioli (beef olives) and kapunata, (Malta’s version of ratatouille). Locals love their pastry, so expect to eat delectable pastries filled with ricotta, peas or anchovies at many of the stalls dotted around the island.

Stewed rabbit is an important part of Malta’s cuisine, and is considered to be the national dish. Pork is a popular meat, and is served grilled, in soups or made into a sausage and served with rice.

Maltese cuisine Radisson Blu Resort, Malta St. Julian's
Because Malta is so warm for most of the year, most people like to sit outside while enjoying their food. Guests at the Radisson Blu Resort, Malta St. Julian's can enjoy a sizzling grilled dinner while perched on a rocky peninsula at the Edge Restaurant in the summer as the waves lap against the shore below.

Kon Tiki reflects Malta’s diverse cultural life and serves imaginative Maltese, Italian and Asian cuisine, as well as traditional Sunday lunches and hearty breakfasts to set guests up for the day.

For tasty light bites throughout the day, Le Bistro has an array of tempting salads, pastas, grilled meats and decadent desserts. Sitting at Le Bistro, diners can take in the stunning views over the pool and the Mediterranean Sea while taking their time over their meal.