Patrons enjoy the "fresh" and "local" dishes.

Loosely translated from Maltese, Briju’s motto is, “Good wine, hearty food, around Briju’s table in a good mood”. In this spirit, the décor, service and cuisine all contribute to creating a homely dining experience to be enjoyed with your near and dear. A palette of earthy colours—warm orange, olive green, khaki—are complemented by solid wooden furniture and ceiling beams, subdued lighting, fresh flowers, hanging herbs and tastefully-refurbished pallets serving as an innovative social distancing device. Photographs of beautiful landscapes and outdoor trips adorn the walls, alongside cuttings from publications about local cuisine.

Chef Parton Rafel champions the farm-to-fork concept and the preservation of traditional farming methods for local produce. Briju proves that local tastes better is a fact, not an opinion. The menu changes frequently, but if you’re lucky enough to happen upon the Lamb Ragu Agnolotti you must try it. From the mains, the Local Beef Tagliata is a true celebration of local cuisine. Briju encourages communal dining, so all dishes can be shared. And, of course, the Briju Imqaret are a spectacular conclusion!

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2024 Ratings

Food: 45
Service: 45
Ambience: 40
Overall: 43

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-Sat - dinner. Sun closed all day.
€66 average price per person.


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