Food & drink
This family-run Qawra restaurant is serving up some of the island’s best Indian food
You can expect to find all the crowd favourites at Garam Masalaa.

Benjamin Abela

Dining out is great and all, but there’s something special about savouring a home-cooked meal…

Luckily, you can enjoy both at this family-run Qawra restaurant!

Located at Dahlet il-Qawra, Garam Masalaa is all about serving up authentic, delicious, and homemade Indian grub.

This beloved eatery launched in Msida around 15 years ago, and it didn’t take long before it gained a reputation for its mouth-watering dishes. Garam Masalaa has now re-invented itself with its new restaurant in Qawra, boasting a terrace that overlooks the gorgeous Salina Bay.

What sets this spot apart, however, is its penchant for using the best possible ingredients and attention to detail.

13 different spices and herbs from India are roasted freshly and ground in-house for a special blend of garam masala – a staple of Punjabi cuisine and a vital ingredient in many other regions of India.

Apart from that, Garam Masalaa cooks an assortment of marinated meats in a traditional tandoor oven, ensuring that they are all served tender and full of flavour.

Should you ever dine at this Qawra spot, the restaurant’s open kitchen will allow you take a quick look at its team of award-winning chefs preparing anything from traditional breads to saucy curries.

You can expect to find all the crowd favourites at Garam Masalaa – from fried appetizers and stuffed breads to delicious platters and mouth-watering curries – as well as a sizeable spread of vegan dishes.

In short, no one’s leaving this restaurant hungry.

Garam Masalaa is open for dinner from Tuesday to Sunday and for lunch on Saturdays and Sundays.

To learn more about Garam Masalaa or to book a table, head to garammasalaamalta.com, call on +356 9953 6353 or on +356 2157 5787, or send an email to [email protected].

21st 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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