See you at Brunch!

The Definitive(ly) Good Guide’s Top 5 Spots for Brunch in Malta


Did someone say brunch? From waffles and pancakes to fry-ups and eggs every which way, you’re certainly spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing a spot for brunch. Put simply, there’s something for those who enjoy classic brunch dishes and even the ones who have a real sweet tooth. And on that note, it’s time to unveil our favourite places for a good old brunch in Malta.




Do you know what’s better than your average brunch? A Bottomless Brunch of course! Put simply, Manouche was made for all brunch lovers. Famous for its French baked goods and delicately crafted sweets you’re certainly in for a treat with this one.

From Friday to Sunday from 11:00 am to 15:00 pm, you can enjoy only the most delicious selection of savoury and sweet dishes, topped with 2 hours of free-flowing Prosecco, Bloody Mary, Mimosa, and Coffees exclusively at Manouche Paceville.

Hammett’s Gastro Bar 

Hammett’s Gastro Bar certainly needs no introduction. Whether it’s dining out with your better half or whether you’re brunching with your besties, this is the place to be. It also got voted as one of the Top 40 restaurants in the 2021 Definitive(ly) Good Guide Survey.

Whilst Hammett’s is renowned for its distinct “city-inspired, Asian fusion social dining experience”, the Weekend Brunch has proved to be quite a hit with regulars—and we can see why that’s the case! Hammett’s is set to take you on a trip to brunch heaven with their selection of specials, pancakes, poached eggs and asian fusion. You can even wash the food down with some prosecco if you opt for their famous Bottomless Brunch!


U Bistrot

Described as a “rustic oasis” in the heart of Balluta Bay, brunch at U Bistrot is a must. As soon as you walk in, you simply can’t miss their iconic floral ceiling. What can we say, we love an instagrammable restaurant that also happens to offer a mouth-watering breakfast menu.

French toast with maple syrup, homemade pancakes and waffles, eggs benedict and of course, a full English…need we say more? Dig in.

Two Buoys

If you haven’t had the chance to pay a visit to Melbourne yet, Two Buoys is the place to be! As they put it, it’s the perfect location where “Where Melbourne meets Malta”. Get ready to feast your eyes on fan favourites including a selection of pancakes, Melton mushrooms, Smashed Avo, Newport Waffles, and their very own Brighton Breakfast Platter. You can enjoy all this glorious food while you sit back and enjoy the views of Spinola Bay.

Need we say more? What better way to start your morning than with brunch at none other than Two Buoys!

Emma’s Kitchen

Last but certainly not least, we’ve got Emma’s Kitchen. Put simply, this one is a brunch lover’s paradise. It is the home of Emma Demarco’s culinary delights ranging from a variety of toasties, smoothies, Turkish eggs, and croissants, along with their famous bowls, sweet delicacies, and fully loaded breakfast boards.

The good news is that you can stop by for brunch at any time because it is served all day long! What’s more, is that you can treat yourself to 2 hours of free-flowing prosecco along with any breakfast or brunch dish with their very own Bottomless Brunch! Put simply, there is something for everyone.

It’s Time to Book Your Next Brunch Date! 


Needless to say, these places have given us all the perfect excuse to pencil in our next brunch date on our calendars. What are you waiting for?!

If you’ve already been to any of these restaurants, you will soon be able to share your feedback and vote for them in this year’s Definitive(ly) Good Guide Survey. Watch this space for more information!

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