Sitting at the water’s edge of the Marsamxett harbor, Scoglitti is perfect for an elegant and minimalistic dine-in experience. The restaurant is based on a renovated building that was earlier used as Valletta police station. While Manoel Island and Gzira offer astounding views from this place, the food here is always of high quality with precise service. Dining is often suitable indoors during winter with cozy ambiance. The views can be observed without any discretion through floor-to-ceiling glass panels.

Scoglitti has a brigade of 9 fleet vessels through which the fresh fish is made available to the patrons. You can easily get the catch of the day here even if the sea is rough. This fact adds to the availability of dishes here and hence makes the restaurant preferred choice for fresh fish eaters.

Begin with items like the antipasto crudo. This item’s taste is subject to change according to the latest catch of the day. You can get lucky as your order of antipasto may contain oysters, king prawns, calamari crudi, octopus stew on a clamshell and salmon arancini. Coming down to the middle part of your meal, you can order bountiful fish display or a fresh lobster from the tank.

Grill lovers may order their choice of cuts.

Amongst desserts, don’t forget to try the Cassatella, lovingly crafted by native Sicilian hands.

Seating Indoors: 110

Seating Outdoors: 40

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