Wigi’s Kitchen

"One of our favorite places with consistently good food and wine." "Always great food and the sea-view table is a nice touch."

Wiġi’s, with its inconspicuous front door overlooking busy Balluta Bay is easy to miss. But your first visit will make you wish you’d known about it sooner. With its cosy ambience, comfy chairs, friendly staff, and amazing dishes, Wiġi’s has the perfect combination that keeps patrons coming back. Wiġi (after whom the restaurant is named) handpicks the best and freshest produce himself every day from the market. During service, he mans the bar whilst son Beppe attentively caters to the needs of their guests.

The meal opens with a small platter of complimentary assaggi of peppered local cheeselet, olives, salami, olive oil and fresh bread. While the menu retains some favourites, a number of dishes change daily. If the baked tarte tatin with caramelized beef and onion, crème fraîche and rocket leaves happens to be available, make sure you do not miss it. The carrot and ginger soup with yoghurt and fried cashews is equally appetising. For your main course, you’ll be able to pick your fresh catch of the day or a juicy cut from a selection of meats displayed at your table, or try the marinated duo of lamb in mustard and rosemary, Moroccan spiced vegetables, cranberries and almonds. The warm chocolate fondant with vanilla ice- cream will leave you delightfully satisfied until you return.

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2023 Ratings

Food: 45
Service: 45
Ambience: 42
Overall: 44

These ratings out of 50 are the results of our annual survey by 3,557 diners who dined out on an average of 1- 2 times a week-

277,446 dining experiences in a year.


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Mon-Wed & Sat - Dinner. Tue-Fri - Lunch - Dinner. Sun closed all day.
€59 average price per person.


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