There is a table much like that at Brasserie Rodin, a French Maltese restaurant perched at the top of the St. Julian’s stairs in Spinola.
People will always go around it or past it on their route to somewhere else since it is in the way. You may relax with a glass of wine and a menu that includes true French food at the long-awaited classic French restaurant on Malta’s main strip, Brasserie Rodin.
When I went there for dinner not so long ago, I was tense and easily distracted by the time the appetizers were brought out.
The menu features a variety of dishes, some of which are classic brasserie cuisine and others which are occasional reinterpretations of classic dishes. A strong emphasis is placed on French wines on the extensive wine list.
The first course is Steak Tartare, a raw Scottona fillet of beef mixed with seasonings such as Dijon mustard, capers, egg yolk, onion, parsley, pickles, Worchester sauce, tabasco, and freshly cracked black pepper.
The second course is Mussels Marinière, which are cooked in a white wine broth with shallots, garlic, and parsley, and are served with crusty bread.
The staff here possesses a high level of expertise, is knowledgeable without being condescending, and is professional.
The host or hostess took terrific care of us and was quite enjoyable to converse with. At the Brasserie Rodin, I had a wonderful time.
The ambience was pleasant, the meal was delicious, and the service was above and beyond what was expected.
Surprisingly low prices were found across the entire establishment because elite Matese eateries only increased their prices.
You can enjoy delicious food and the staff’s friendly service in this upscale and lively setting.
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