In St Julians, I actually walked past this quaint little native cuisine, Italian, seafood, Mediterranean, and European restaurant.
Pippinos aims to serve hearty comfort food for lunch and dinner. Set within the picturesque bay of Spinola Bay, St Julians, Peppino’s restaurant and Lounge Bar has been amusing locals and foreigners for the last twenty-four years.
The restaurant has lots of light via the massive windows. The three-story restaurant offers a homely and refined feel, and with a top-floor lounge, you’ll have a view of the little bay and see the hustle and bustle of St. Julians below.
While sitting on the top while the sun went down, we indulged in a nice bottle of house wine. The waiters were extremely attentive, fun, and friendly.
The choice of starters ranged from fish to Risotto and soups. beautiful mixture and one thing for everybody. I went for the steamed mussels with wine and garlic, This food delicacy comes alongside the assistance of wine and garlic.
Deciding on what to get for dinner was hard, so I ended up going for steak, served with skinny potatoes slices, wild rocket and tomato dish, and roast vine tomatoes. I ordered our cut medium and medium it arrived. The accompaniments were all au gratin well and there was lots of pepper sauce. Perfection!
Tom went for the Baked Caprese Chicken with Italian seasoned chicken breast, sweet oven-roasted tomatoes, savory balsamic vinegar, and melted mozzarella cheese. Served with a side of mashed potatoes,
We were full, and could not express how good the experience and meal were! I will definitely return. We were lucky to get a table as they reserve them fast! Therefore, make certain to make a reservation in advance if you can!
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