Food & drink
Experience a different side of dining at this Meso-South American St Julian’s joint
From dips and fresh fish to hearty corn breads and BBQ dishes, Hammett’s Mestizo has a large enough selection of food to satisfy any diner.

Benjamin Abela

Enjoying a nice dinner isn’t just about the food.

Other factors, such as service, ambiance, and value, are almost as important as the food itself when dining out at a restaurant – having said that, nothing can elevate a culinary experience quite like some top-notch company.

That’s why St Julian’s restaurant Hammett’s Mestizo promotes dining as, first and foremost, a social activity.

Located on Triq Schreiber, this delectable spot works with a plates-to-share concept, meaning that diners order a number of dishes which are placed in the centre of the table to share.

Not only does this make the act of dining out more social than ever, but it also allows you to taste a whole range of flavours!

After taking a look at Hammett’s Mestizo’s unique menu, you’ll be thanking your lucky stars that you don’t need to limit yourself to a single dish.

From dips and fresh fish to hearty corn breads and BBQ dishes, Hammett’s Mestizo has a large enough selection of food to satisfy any diner – even vegetarians!

You can even enjoy some of this spot’s top-notch grub early in the morning, thanks to their very own breakfast menu.

Food aside, make sure to check out Hammett’s Mestizo’s lengthy cocktail list – inspired by South American ingredients – as well as its Latin American wine list.

Hammett’s Mestizo is open all week long from 7am to 11am and from 6pm to 12am.

To learn more about Hammett’s Mestizo or to book a table, head to hammettsmestizo.com, call on +356 2779 5099, or send an email to [email protected].

17th September 2022


Benjamin  Abela
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Benjamin Abela
Benjamin is a Writer at Content House Group. With his background in journalism, marketing, and the arts, Benjamin enjoys finding the human aspect to any story he gets a hold of. When he's not too busy writing his next article, you could probably find him playing with his cats or performing on a stage.

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