This "culinary experience" is "top notch".

BAHIA is named after a prestigious navel orange that has been the pride of the people from Attard, Balzan and Lija, also called the Three Villages. In 2022, after 5 years in Lija, BAHIA moved to another prestigious property in the area, built in the early 1900s. The building represents the foundation of Malta’s most important group of hotels: Corinthia. The restaurant design is inspired by the four stages of growth of an orange tree, mainly Seed, Growth, Blossom and Harvest, and each stage was the inspiration for a different section of the restaurant.

With a keen interest to entertain guests in a comfortable and contemporary space, both indoors and outdoors, the skilled team brings to the table innovation and respect towards an array of high-quality ingredients. The restaurant respects Malta’s culinary heritage, whilst proposing a contemporary and creative cuisine. Their seasonal à la carte menu gives guests the opportunity to hop on and hop off inside the Maltese and Gozitan villages and choose from a selection of creations. Those guests who prefer a degustation can go for a journey around the villages through their tasting menu. The restaurant happily caters for those people who prefer a plant-based diet (à la carte and degustation) and is also sensitive to those with dietary requirements. Accompanying this exquisite contemporary food is a selection of prestigious wines and other beverages to best suit the guests’ meals.

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2024 Ratings

Food: 46
Service: 46
Ambience: 45
Overall: 46

These ratings out of 50 are the results of our annual survey by 4,143 diners who dined out on an average of 1- 2 times a week-

323,154 dining experiences in a year.

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Mon-Wed and Fri-Sat - dinner. Thu and Sun closed all day.
€93 average price per person.


Corinthia Palace Hotel, de Paule Avenue, San Anton, Attard

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