About Malta - Eating Out

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Maltese cuisine is typically Mediterranean, and has a great deal of Italian influence due to the proximity between the two nations. However there are also Arabic, Spanish and British hints in many Maltese dishes. Having said this there are also many Maltese and Gozitan dishes which are completely unique and cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Maltese bread is one of those rarities found nowhere else, and is absolutely addictive. Indeed many travellers leave the Islands taking a Maltese recipe book with them so as to try the dishes with family and friends back home.

During the summer months Al Fresco dining in Malta is extremely popular due to the mild climate, and most restaurants in Malta offer this, often on the very edge of the sea. Many resorts specialise in fresh fish, and are often home to a fleet of fishing boats whose catches can be on your plate mere hours after they were caught. Examples include St. Julians, Marsaxlokk and St. Paul`s Bay.

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