It is impossible not to notice San Giuliano Restaurant in St Julian’s given it’s prime location overlooking Spinola Bay, especially in the evenings when the old arched boathouses which house the restaurant are floodlit. Naturally the restaurant is very accessible from all directions particularly from a red staircase
(beautifully illuminated at night) constructed in the middle of a ramp which links the main road of St Julian’s to the Spinola Bay Fisherman's Promenade.
Upon entering San Giuliano patrons can take a lift or use the spiral staircase to go up to the large reception, bar and lounge area of the restaurant where they can enjoy a pre meal drink before taking their table in the dining area which offers unique panoramic views of Spinola Bay. Especially favoured by Maltese businessmen, Italian and International personalities. The floor to ceiling panoramic windows and the magnificent view make the ambience at San Giuliano restaurant unique. If you’re holidaying on the Maltese shores, make sure to pay San Giuliano an early visit during your stay so you will have the pleasure of returning.
San Giuliano’s kitchen is manned by a team of expert Italian chefs all ready to serve you antipasti, pasta specialities, fresh fish prepared in various ways and meat dishes with Filetto in Padella and Lombata di Vitella alla Milanese being amongst the favourites. Fish lovers cannot afford to miss out on San Giuliano restaurant since the restaurant’s speciality is a catch of the freshest fish and live lobster which is brought in daily by fishermen who moor their boats just metres away from the restaurant. Staying faithful to a typical Italian restaurant, desserts are home made by our Italian pastissier which include the likes of Cassata Siciliana, Rum Baba, Tiramisu, ice creams, sorbet and the much sought after Tart Tatin