Food & drink
Lions, tigers & bears, oh my! Rainforest Café opens at Bay Street Complex
The franchise has locations in some of the most notable cities around the world including London, Niagara Falls, Tokyo and Paris.

Sarah Micallef

Have you ever wondered what it’d feel like to enjoy a meal in a rainforest? Well, a new restaurant that’s just opened its doors in Bay Street Complex offers an experience that comes close – without the danger of having your dinner stolen by wild animals, of course.

The popular Rainforest Cafe franchise has officially opened in Malta, and it’s ready to welcome guests for a wild adventure in the heart of St Julian’s.

The franchise, which has locations in some of the most notable cities around the world including London, Niagara Falls, Tokyo and Paris, transports its guests to a tropical rainforest, where they will come face-to-face with life-size figures of rainforest animals including tigers, snakes, crocodiles, frogs and beautiful tropical birds. 

And that’s not all – diners also get the opportunity to witness thunderstorms whilst enjoying a delicious meal. Now this we’ve got to see!

“The day has come to open the doors to yet another Rainforest Cafe, now also here on the beautiful island of Malta,” said Jarrett Ingram, Director of International Operations and Franchising of Landry’s at the restaurant’s launch, revealing that “those visiting the Malta restaurant will get to see life size figures of elephants, tigers, gorillas, snakes, parrots and black panthers.” 

Will you be paying it a visit? 



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