Looking for a place to eat on Valentine’s Day?

So you’re thinking of having a meat-free Valentine’s Day! How about taking your partner out for Valentine’s Day for a special night without blood on the table. That is why VeggyMalta – Malta Meat Free Week came out with the theme “you’re the only meat I’d eat”! After all what better way to celebrate love by sparing an animal’s life.

So Veggy Malta has come up with some suggestions for this romantic night, where you can find a good choice of plant-based food to eat. And don’t forget to hashtag us on #youretheonlymeatideat on Instagram with your photos.

Here are some interesting restaurants in Malta to choose from.

1. Naar in Balluta

A vegan feast at Naar

Naar Bistro Bar, in Balluta have recently launched a new plant based menu so you should be spoilt for choice. Run by Mel Millo, this place has been increasing it’s plant-based choices year in year out.


2. Le Bistro

It looks, feels and tastes like a bloody beef burger!

Le Bistro at the Radisson Blu in St Julian’s  is a nice place to dine and they have a dedicated meat-free menu. Apart from having the Beyond Burger they also have an ample choice of plant based food which fits in line with the restaurant’s idea of farm to fork. Given it’s inside Radisson Blu you might choose to book a room!


3. Balance Bowl

Balance Bowl in Gzira is more than just a vegan eatery

Balance Bowl in Gzira is a sure bet. You don’t need to worry when choosing your food as all the food is plant-based and so yummy. Run by three lovely ladies this place is inspirational and so is their food.


4. Foam & Fork

Foam and Fork – raising the bar in Marsascala

If you want a nice spot down south to eat a warm plant-based plate, then head to Foam & Fork in Marsaskala. You can choose to eat inside of on one of the tables outside. They have also taken over The Grassy Hopper in Gzira if you like to remain in the central area.


5. Naan Bar & Restaurant

Naan Bar in Valletta

If you are thinking of giving your loved one a deserved treat then try out Naan Bar & Restaurant. Naan Bar is a little gem in Old Bakery Street in Valletta offering a great choice of Indian plant-based dishes.


6. Emma’s Kitchen

Emma’s Kitchen – a good choice of vegan and vegetarian food in San Gwann

If you don’t want to go to the peak traffic areas, you might consider eating at Emma’s Kitchen in San Gwann. It is a lovely place with a ample choice of vegan options at different times of the day.

And remember to hashtag us on Instagram on #youretheonlymeatideat or tag us on Malta Meat Free Week on Facebook. we want to see what you are up to and share your photos.

Author: Darryl Grima

Darryl Grima is Veggy Malta's Editor. He became vegetarian over 30 years ago and over the years became always more plant based. He recalls a time when Malta was not so vegetarian and vegan friendly. Apart from campaigning and raising awareness on plant based issues he is also active in environmental and animal welfare organisations. He holds a Diploma in Political Studies and a Masters in Business Administration.

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