Top 10 brunch spots in Malta
- Jun 18, 2022
...Malta's brunch gastronomy!
Brunch is always a good idea, especially when you’re in Malta. With Malta’s brunch gastronomy merging Mediterranean flavours with the oh-so-popular English breakfast tradition, brunch in Malta will certainly be a home run. Therefore, next time you’re in Malta, visit some of these brunch stops. We guarantee you won’t be disappointed.
67 Kapitali – Valletta
67 Kapitali is a family-run cafe just a stone’s throw from Casa Ellul. Known for its ftiras (Maltese sandwiches), artisanal products, craft beer and Italian coffee, 67 Kapitali is the perfect place for a soulful brunch in a relaxed atmosphere.
Cafe Jubilee – Valletta
This cafe-bar stands out from the crowd because of its Parisian feel. However, bistro decor aside, Cafe Jubilee is a great brunch and lunch spot away from the hustle and bustle of the city streets. Best of all, it’s the perfect place for a solo traveller, as its intimate atmosphere makes you feel like you’re part of a community.
Crust – St. Julian’s
As you can probably tell from the name itself, Crust is a bakery-concept eatery. With a carefully curated interior, an outdoor seating area and a scrumptious brunch menu, Crust will definitely not disappoint you. It’s also run by one of Malta’s famous chefs – a definite plus!
Danny’s – Qormi
Danny’s chef-in-a-snack bar concept ensures a high-quality brunch experience in a relaxed atmosphere. From hearty salads to carefully-prepared sandwiches, visiting Danny’s is a must if you want to experience authentic brunching here in Malta.
Emma’s Kitchen – San Gwann
You’ve probably seen photos of influencers eating in Emma’s Kitchen floating around on Instagram. That’s because Emma’s Kitchen brunches are nothing short of aesthetic.
However, you can rest assured the taste matches the look, as shown by the fact that it’s always brimming with customers. Additionally, it’s also the perfect place for vegetarians and vegans, as this eatery has a good selection of plant-based options.
Java – Naxxar
Java is known for its healthy, nutritious and colourful brunches. With smoothie bowls, baguettes, poke bowls and grazing boxes, Java is the perfect brunch spot for health enthusiasts. And who can resist the appeal of its cute décor?
Kingsway Bar & Restaurant – Valletta
It’s safe to say Kingsway is a Valletta staple. Experience brunch like a local in this cafe-bistro for fresh food, a great cappuccino or an early afternoon alcoholic drink. Sit outside and enjoy a healthy dose of people watching.
Marelli Cafe – Birkirkara
This small cafe offers the ideal respite from the bustle of the city of Birkirkara. Despite its small size, Marelli Cafe serves brunch, homemade treats and great coffee.
NAAR – St. Julian’s
It is safe to say that this dog-friendly restaurant is nothing short of extraordinary. Its vegan-forward menu, rustic nomadic dishes and Mediterranean-inspired dishes make for an experience like no other. Best of all, it is right next to the sea, allowing you to enjoy an Aperol Spritz right next to the edge of the water.
U Bistrot – St. Julian’s
U Bistrot is one of Malta’s most popular brunch spots on the Internet, and it’s easy to see why. With a menu that includes favourites such as full English breakfast and French toast, as well as plant-based options such as its tasty avocado burger, U Bistrot is a unique restaurant that values the quality of farm-to-table gastronomy.