A "wonderful culinary experience" paired with a "brilliant" atmosphere.

Found in the quaint village core of Siggiewi, Marilù’s is housed within a charmingly restored Maltese townhouse, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The attention to detail in each room is a true testament to the love and care put into this establishment. The staff’s friendly and accommodating service only adds to the warm atmosphere, making guests feel at home. Diners also have the option to dine al fresco on the rooftop, with a backdrop of the picturesque Siggiewi parish church.

The menu primarily celebrates traditional Maltese food with a contemporary twist, with local ingredients at the centre of the dishes. Sharing plates is encouraged, allowing diners to taste a diverse array of flavours. The restaurant’s menu changes each season, adjusting its offerings according to the fresh local produce available, while also including some daily specials. Expect a medley of options ranging from meat dishes like pork chops and rabbit liver, to vegetarian alternatives such as the Maltese-style Caponata and local sheep cheese. There’s something to satisfy every palate with options to cater for various dietary restrictions. A range of homemade desserts are also on offer to add a sweet conclusion to the meal. Complementing the culinary offerings, the restaurant boasts a diverse selection of wines. Overall Marilù’s is an inviting restaurant for those seeking a taste of local dishes in a charming setting.

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2024 Ratings

Food: 39
Service: 37
Ambience: 41
Overall: 39

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.

In summer: twice a week.

Opening Times:

Afternoon Tea

Additional Note:

Tue and Sun - dinner. Wed-Sat - breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
€45 average price per person.


66-68, Pjazza San Nikola, Siggiewi

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