Naxxar (Maltese: In-Naxxar) is a town in the Northern Region of Malta, with a population of about 13,443 people as of March 2014. The Naxxar Church is dedicated to Our Lady of Victories. The annual village feast is celebrated on 8 September. Naxxar was formerly known for hosting the Maltese International Trade Fair at Maltese International Trade Fair Grounds.
Things to do in Naxxar
4.5 based on 1 reviews
A little family run restaurant named after Louis, set in the heart of the popular Balluta Bay, overlooking the water as located just above street level. We offer FRESH ingredients, FRESH fish & FRESH meat steaks offering different ideas & recipes complimenting the daily change of the lunch & dinner menu. The aim is to make one's meal a memorable one every time one dines at Wigi's!
Visited Wigi's with my wife last week for dinner. The reality lives up to all of the excellent reviews. Quality, food and wine, quality service, reasonable prices. Excellent value for money.
4.5 based on 979 reviews
This is a delightful restaurant to dine at. I visited this restaurant with my husband for dinner. We tried the three course meal which was only €25. You have a choice of 3 for starter, a choice of 3 for main and a choice of 3 for dessert. The food was delicious. They obviously have a very talented chef and the wait staff were very professional, welcoming and attentive. The evening was pleasurable and we will certainly be back.
4 based on 149 reviews
Palazzo Parisio's Luna Restaurant combines a variety of culinary concepts set in a historic building of grandeur. Every corner emanates femininity and assures you luxury and a taste of history by the mouthful. In the morning the Luna Restaurant serves breakfast, snacks and lunch. In the afternoon you may enjoy the delightful and unique Luna Tea room serving a superb traditional English Afternoon tea with all its trimmings with the possibility to purchase from the tea boutique a variety of fine teas from around the world for you to enjoy at home. You may choose from the sublime interior amid a display of mirrors and hearts or the beautifully shaded tables on the garden Terrace basking beside fragrant orange blossom and flamboyant bougainvilleas. In the evening the luxurious Luna restaurant is graced with sheer elegance and style. Dine in the intimate interior or in the Gardens during the warmer season and relish a kaleidoscopic range of tastes and discover an impressive 'Menu Degustazione' with some of the most creative and stylish food interpretations enhanced by a vast selection of wines from the wine cellar. The heavenly desserts are impossible to resist. The attention to detail, texture and decoration is an adventure in gastronomic accomplishment, through to the service and 'art de la table'. It is no wonder that Luna is an award winner not only for its food and service but also for its incredible and refined ambiance. The Luna restaurant's Lounge offers relaxation and understated luxury amid the trendy Parisian-style interiors. Sit and sip an exquisite aperitif along with some tasty bar bites or enjoy the wide selection of vintage wines, champagnes, vodkas and a variety of innovative cocktails. Enjoy a taste of Luna, the restaurant at Palazzo Parisio at any time of the day. "Quite simply out of this world" comment devotees who praise "the varied and stylish menu" and the "excellent service" served in a "magnificent setting"
There are only three dishes listed under Vegetarian and vegan on the menu but two of them contain cheese made with animal rennet! Animal rennet is mostly made from the lining of a calf's stomach, so definitely not vegetarian! There are plenty of cheeses on the market that use vegetable, microbial (made from fungus) and pasta rennet so they could easily use these. I think it is terrible that restaurants think they can get away with totally misinforming customers!
4.5 based on 466 reviews
Cellini is a quaint wine bar & bistro situated in the heart of the village of Naxxar, Malta. It is named after Piju Cellini, a reputable designer and painter born in 1863, the designer and maker of the town's parish church door, the first bronze door in Malta at that time.But why name it after Pio Cellini? This house was built by Vincenzo Bonavia towards the middle of the 19th century and the coat of arms on the entrance door shows the griffon, a symbol of Christ representing the right road (‘Bona’ + ‘Via’). Dun Salvatore Bonavia, only son of six children of Vincenzo, lived here till he died in 1946. Dun Salv had served on the committee set up in the early years of the 20th century to make plans and oversee the works on the widened church façade which now cried out for a much larger door. Seeing the friendship that developed between him and Cellini, one would be forgiven for thinking that Dun Salv had had a big say in the choice of the artist. Cellini was in fact a regular visitor to this house where he spent many hours with his priest friend. He did not sit in the same chair you are sitting on now, but he probably often sat in the same spot. You may wish to imagine what topics turned up in those long, relaxed and pleasant conversations; ones we wish you too are having now.Cellini Wine Bar & Bistro serves typical nibbles, platters, small eats, mouthwatering dishes prepared by our resident Chef including our popular grilled fresh rib eye, duck and other dishes. Well chosen wines from all over the world.Open all days from 11am till 3pm, 7pm till late. Monday closed for lunch.Private functions also accepted!Directions - facing the church, Cellini Wine Bar & Bistro is on the right hand side, between Naxxar Football Club and Gasan & Mamo Insurance Agency.
Situated in the beautiful village of Naxxar, we turned up without a reservation. A friendly greeting, and then shown to the upstairs of this gorgeous building of character. We were perfectly looked after by a wonderful lady called Audrey. This restaurant boasts a lovely, diverse menu. I chose the grilled swordfish. Beautifully cooked and presented. I will return. Highest recommend.
4.5 based on 380 reviews
At Ta' Stringi Restaurant we feature Maltese inspired cuisine focusing on the bounty of artisan quality seasonal ingredients from the Wine Country to the Mediterranean waters. Our chef Chris creates ever changing seasonal menus with items that pair with our wine selection. A menu to tickle your taste buds, including a selection of large platters to share and enjoy with friends. Our wine list includes a large selection of wines mostly from boutique wineries from the most popular wine producing regions. We also offer a vast half bottle selection. Ta' Stringi offers a warm atmosphere with friendly staff. We believe in selecting the best ingredients from our local Maltese producers and bringing them to you in a special dining environment with a personal touch. Enjoy Mediterranean style dining both at our restaurant and the wine vaults. Bon Apetit !!
We ate there twice within a week! It's such a beautiful restaurant with a fantastic service and very nice food! Even flexible with vegetarian dishes. Absolutely top! Questions about Wi-Fi or TV: We were there to enjoy a romantic dinner, not for "IT entertainment"...
5 based on 735 reviews
The Gelato here was amazing. No need to worry if you have allergies this wonderful little shop had gelato made from lots of alternatives. rice milk, sugar free to name just two. They tasted incredible both the full fat etc varieties and the free from flavours. If you like ice cream you have to try Gelato WoW!!! See for yourself the amazing flavours and the beautiful texture of Gelato. Go on have a treat you will not be disappointed.
4 based on 142 reviews
One cold and wet morning we again visited Caffe Luna this time for breakfast. The waiter, who has been giving first class service there for many a year, recognised us and greeted us warmly - quite appropriate for such a chilly morning
The cafe was warm too and things augered well for what was about to follow.
After perusing the menu we choose the warm pastries in a basket with coffee. The pastries came with some good toast, delicious jams, marmalade, honey and Nutella. The coffee was nice and hot and we tucked in to what was a very enjoyable breakfast.
Palazzo Parisio's setting is a delight with wonderful walled Gardens so even on a wet day you have a lovely view - but get a window seat and don't forget the coffee!
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Lovely modern bar come restaurant with a friendly lively feel. We just had drinks but from what we could see from food being taken to tables the presentation at least was excellent. There was background music and sport on several TV's dotted around the bar and lovely comfortable Seating.
4 based on 186 reviews
5 based on 161 reviews
Just arrived home from Malta and missing this place already, we called here most days for drinks and snacks or breakfast, the food was great and very good value ,lots of choice with great friendly staff along with Mary the owner ,would recomend to anyone and we will be back when again in Malta
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