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Around Malta for the Gluten-Free

Gluten-free travelers to Malta can rest a little easier knowing that there are some restaurants & cafes keen to cater to their dietary needs. We test a few.

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Quadro Restaurant, The Westin, Malta

Dining al fesco begins! …and Quadro Restaurant review

Quadro Restaurant, Westin Dragonara Resort – fine dining by the sea where Executive Chef Jonathan Vella bears more than a passing resemblance to Heston B!

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We are what we eat

Pasta is Malta’s preferred dish. And the nation’s waistlines are increasing. It’s ‘official’.

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Essential Gozo: don’t day trip, stay over

On a rushed day trip, you’ll only scratch the surface of what Gozo is all about. We explain why it’s a must to stay there, even if just for one night.

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Malta’s traditional food: healthly or not

Traditional Maltese foods – do they turn up in our kitchens still or just on the menus of some quaint, touristy restaurants?

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Essential Gozo: where to eat

A quick, personal round up of the best no-frills eateries in Gozo. Andrew Borg Cardona takes us through the day – from morning cappuccinos to homely lunches and, if you’re still standing, evening dining too.

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Food icons: Maxokk, Gozo

Maxokk in Nadur, Gozo is famous for its ftiras and pizzas baked in a traditional oven made from cast iron and heated by fire wood.

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Food Icons: The Olympic

The Olympic is a Maltese institution. If you want to savour home cooking ’70s style, this is the place for you. It’s cheap, it’s brash, but there is a wonderful honesty about the food.

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