St. Julians Malta: The best bars and restaurants

Whenever I talk to DWP Dr Werner & Partner’s clients, the topic of free time comes up. Our clients often combine a Malta Limited business trip with family holidays, which makes sense in sunny Malta. Although I’ve already written about leisure activities, today I would like to share a few tips for those who want Malta to be a little more exciting in the evenings: With the best bars and the best restaurants in St. Julians.

Hugo’s Terrace

My first favourite is definitely Hugo’s Terrace. This bar on Spinola Bay is part of the small Hugo’s empire, which also includes a sushi restaurant or Hugo’s Lounge. Under the open sky with good weather and trendy live music, you can spend a nice evening here in a pleasant atmosphere. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails as well as standard drinks such as beer, wine and long drinks are sold at reasonable prices.

http://www.hugosloungemalta.com/

Level 22

This bar is in a stunning location. On the 22nd level of the Portomaso Tower (where Tipico also has an office), you may enjoy a spectacular view while participating in various events. It is strongly advised that you make a reservation. However, because the ambiance is more like a disco than a bar, it is frequented by young people and the young at heart. You may always search up upcoming activities on their website. Generally, things are quieter here during the week.

http://www.22.com.mt/

BarCelona Lounge

Last but not least is the BarCelona Lounge, a bar that can be found in Paceville. Here too, at the weekend the lounge turns into more of a club, but nowhere near as loud as the many youth discos in Paceville. Again, my tip is to find out what’s on at this bar beforehand. Wine lovers in particular will enjoy the BarCelona Lounge, as there is a very large selection of international wines. Of course, you can also get the classic cocktails and your own creations here.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Barcelona-Lounge-Bar-Malta/131304456967156

My Top 3 Restaurants in St. Julians

What could be better than a wonderful lunch in a fine restaurant with family or friends? After presenting the top bars, I’d like to present the best restaurants. So here they are, my picks for the best three restaurants in St. Julians.

Wigi’s Kitchen

Situated directly on Balluta Bay (the next southern bay after Spinola Bay), Wigi’s Kitchen looks a bit unimpressive from the outside, but the interior is very lovely. Here you will find everything your heart desires, at almost any time of day. In terms of price, the restaurant is also absolutely acceptable. If you eat here, you won’t go wrong. However, you should make a reservation.

http://www.wigiskitchen.com/

Chapter One

Chapter One is an upscale restaurant that is not directly by the sea. Here Hiram Cassar cooks mainly French-inspired cuisine. No wonder, since he cooked and improved his skills at the Michelin-starred restaurant Les Violon D’Ingres in Paris. As I said, the whole thing is a bit more upmarket, which is also reflected in the price. So if you want to treat yourself, you should pay a visit to Chapter One.

http://chapteronemalta.com/

Peperoncino Restaurant

When it comes to preparing fish and seafood, you can’t fool the chefs at Peperoncino. This restaurant, which is also located on Balluta Bay, delivers superb fish dishes that are unrivalled in terms of freshness. Every Mediterranean dish here has an Italian twist, which is not at all repulsive. The sandstone walls and small size of the Peperoncino create a one-of-a-kind ambience. The restaurant is also highly recommended in terms of affordability, as the prices are not prohibitively expensive.

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Philipp Maria Sauerborn is a certified tax advisor and expert in International Tax & Blockchain. As CEO of Dr. Werner & Partner in Malta, he has already advised over 3000 clients on their tax situation.

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