A Vegan Star Pizza at Naar restobar in Ballutta Bay
Jan24

A Vegan Star Pizza at Naar restobar in Ballutta Bay

Veggy Malta went to Naar in St. Julians to try out their vegetarian and vegan range. The menu is 30% vegetarian / vegan. Plus, any dish on the menu can be made to be gluten free. Mel, the General Manager and Head Chef of Naar, told me that vegetarians and vegans are in for a positive surprise in the new upcoming menu! I started with the Vegan Star Pizza. In fact I was curious. I wanted to see a pizza in the shape of a star! And a star...

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Two Buoys Bistro – A Mediterranean restaurant with vegan and vegetarian choices
Dec26

Two Buoys Bistro – A Mediterranean restaurant with vegan and vegetarian choices

Veggy Malta went to Two Buoys Bistro in St Julians. Whilst Two Buoys Bistro define themselves as a Mediterranean restaurant, they do have an interesting vegan and vegetarian menu. The starter was vine leaves stuffed with bulgur wheat and roasted veg topped with tomato sauce and crispy polenta.  All the vegetables used are fresh. That includes the butternut squash, carrots, parsnips and celeriac, which were all part of the dish. Apart...

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Red kidney bean and sweet potato burger from Pash
Nov27

Red kidney bean and sweet potato burger from Pash

Veggy Malta tried the Red kidney bean and sweet potato burger from Pash.  A good place for vegetarians and vegans with a number of products on the menu clearly labelled vegan or vegetarian. My burger was totally vegan! The menu describes the burger as a “Vegan black carbon bun, red sweet potatoes and red kidney beans burger with fresh parsley, onions, capsicums and gluten free oats, tomatoes lettuce, caramelised onions and shiso...

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A local mushroom cherve and hazelnut frangipane tart at Bacchus restaurant
Nov15

A local mushroom cherve and hazelnut frangipane tart at Bacchus restaurant

In an un-typical Maltese day, all cloudy and rainy, VeggyMalta went to Bacchus Restaurant in Mdina.  It is set inside the fortifications of Mdina, dating back to 1658, Bacchus restaurant is a dining experience both in terms of the food and the venue. As a first course I had Asparagus tempura served on wet polenta.  The asparagus is deep fried. One can taste the parmesan cheese in the background, giving the food an added touch.  Along...

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Baba Ganoush the place to eat falafel in Malta
Nov07

Baba Ganoush the place to eat falafel in Malta

Baba Ganoush can be described as the place in Malta to eat falafel. Located in Rabat, close to the church, Baba Ganoush is a place to go for vegetarians who love Lebanese and Mediterranean food.  Whether visiting during the day or the night, a walk around the streets of Rabat (and Mdina) should be part of the experience.  From outside, the restaurant is not so conspicuous and blends with the overall environment of this busy street....

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