Good food and wine is an important part of the Maltese culture, therefore we had to stop by The Harbour Club.
A restaurant with a breathtaking view overlooking the old town of Valletta, The Harbour Club is the perfect location for a romantic dining experience. 
Once again the team and I were fortunate enough to experience this quaint little restaurant that is filled with a rich history. 
For starters we had the pleasure of indulging in three wonderfully curated dishes. First, was a delightfully fresh Tuna tartar marinated in olive and black pepper, topped with cherry tomatoes, buttermilk and basil cream sauce. This dish was absolutely outstanding. 
Secondly, was a delicious traditional Maltese  "Nanna's messed up Aljotta soup" consisting  of mussels, clams and a variety of vegetables in a creamy soup. 
Thirdly, was a tasty acquerello risotto with green asparagus aged pecorino cheese and crispy guanciale. 
For our main course we had a wonderfully prepared milk fed veal sirloin served with a cashew nut pureĆ©, dehydrated grapes topped with cashew nuts.  
We also opted for the calamari and octopus dish served with squid ink.
Our last main was a seared tuna steak dish accompanied with rolled stir fry vegetables and crispy potato cuts.
Food without wine is like a day without sunshine right? As we are in Malta, we decided to pair our food with a traditional Maltese wine, Chardonnay  "ISIS." With delectable fruity notes that enhanced the overall dishes that we had selected, this wine was fantastic. 

There is no doubt about it that The Harbour Club, knows how to treat their guests with 5 star service.
  If you're visiting Malta, I highly recommend adding this restaurant onto your list!


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  1. Maltese people love to eat seafood. That's why most of the Restaurant in Malta offers delicious maltese seafood.


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