Feel like some tasty grub that won’t break the bank? We’ve got you sorted with some of the most budget-friendly places to eat in the city.
Where else but in this humble noodle bar on the corner of Old Theatre Street could you find a box of freshly-prepared, steaming dim sum for less than €10?
Submarine has a never-ending list of ingredients to choose from, where you can build your own fabulous sandwich to your heart’s content.
The Pulled Meat Company
The Pulled Meat Company has a formidable dinner menu, but for a tasty and hearty lunch, their meaty ftajjar (Maltese bread) taste a lot pricier than they actually are!
This ultra-chill hangout located towards the bottom of Republic Street has lots of vegetarian and vegan-friendly options, including ftajjar and wraps heaving with delicious toppings and desserts made from coconut and raw cocoa.
A Valletta standard, comfy and cosy Café Jubilee offers a wide selection of great value salads, snacks and Mediterranean pasta dishes.
Tucked away in a little corner of the city is some of the best pizza you will ever taste, at a very attractive price. Eat in if you manage to secure one of the very few tables, or take it away with you.
From yummy pasta to ftajjar with pork, beef or chicken, South Street’s Meat Gang is a good place to stop by for a thrifty meal.
In a modest corner of City Gate arcades, you’ll find Falafel Street, a Lebanese kebab and grill shop that serves up these heavenly crispy mouthfuls in wraps, salads and pittas for just a handful of change.
Named after its most famous product, Piadina Caffe serves a delicious and filling piadina as well as good coffee for less than €10.
This well-loved salad bar is always a favourite among many Valletta workers, getting rave reviews for the quality of its ingredients as well as its friendly prices.