Restore and refresh yourself after an exciting and eventful day
Mdina is rich in history, architecture, art and breathtaking views. You will never tire of it. Even
locals visit regularly once or even twice a week. They will have a casual stroll through the quiet
streets, spend a few minutes gazing over the expansive views from the bastions, and then,
invariably stop by my restaurant Bacchus, for refreshments and a bite to eat.
You see, Bacchus is in itself one of the most beautiful jewels in Mdina, and I don’t make this
claim lightly. It is housed inside two chambers built by Grand Master Fra Martino De Redin. They
date back to 1657 and were used as gunpowder magazines for the main fortified bastion. The
chambers are double vaulted and have preserved their original characteristics. The building
practically oozes history.
These aristocratic chambers have been transformed into the perfect environment for you to
restore and refresh yourself after your exciting day in Mdina. I have personally handpicked
special selection of dishes to cater for a variety of tastes. And each of these dishes has been
repeatedly approved of, by thousands of visitors every year.
You can choose to dine inside the chambers or ‘al fresco’ in the Secret Garden on warm
summer nights. We are open seven days a week.
I would love it if you too dropped by. You could tell me how you’ve been enjoying your stay in
Malta, and particularly what you’ve loved about this old city that we are all so fond of.
A word of advice though, if I may. I really recommend you book in advance. You see, although
Bacchus can seat hundreds of people at any one time, I sadly find myself turning people away
everyday. And I would hate it if that were to happen to you.
So, my wonderful IT team have devised a very simple way for you to register a booking. All you
need to do is click the button below, fill in the form, and everything will be taken care of.
I really hope these few pointers will help you enjoy your excursion in Mdina, and that you will
choose to end it with me at Bacchus. You will certainly be most welcome.