April 14, 2019 Malta Europe

Is-Suq tal-Belt: The Street Food Marketplace of Malta
Non-smokers friendly

A journey of international culinary specialties from around the globe. All under one roof!

The iconic Victorian-era structure in Valletta, affectionately known as Is-Suq tal-Belt, has been transformed from a derelict structure into a state of the art destination, where one can grab a bite, shop for food and relax in the city. 

The Basement level is now open for the first time to the public and serves as a food market with outlets serving fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, fish, delicatessen, bread, herbs and spices, oils, gourmet foods, wines, and fresh delicacies; it’s all here!

Upon heading to the ground floor be ready to have your senses tingled; with several bespoke stalls preparing a journey of international culinary specialties for immediate consumption. These will include local favorites such as Vecchia Napoli, Zest, Gululu, ImPasta and The Pulled Meat Company together with new arrivals; Venchi’s “chocogelateria”: quality Italian gelato and confectionery, Tapea by Pico Loco Spanish tapas, Xiwi live grill, T’Anna Mari fish grill, Konak Middle Eastern cuisine, The Salad Bar and Ta’Kelinu Maltese pastizzerija.

Heading outdoors, the adjacent square has now been transformed into another open space in the capital city, where one can enjoy the glorious Maltese climate — catching up with friends in a perfect setting with great food and drinks from Star Café and Ginger Eatery. Be it a quick coffee to kick start your day, al fresco dining or a casual bottle of wine and platter to share between friends; there is no better place to sit back and relax, all with the wonderful backdrop of Is-Suq tal-Belt.

The upper levels have been transformed into an open space where you can unwind, hang out and socialize. These also serve as an ideal venue for cultural initiatives such as exhibitions, discussions and live bands in the spirit of the operators’ commitment to collaborate with the Malta Arts Council and the V18 Foundation to support the local cultural scene.




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