Bugibba is a popular seaside town in Malta especially in the summer months. Hundreds of restaurants are to be found practically next door to each other. From Chinese Restaurants to Crepe Houses, there are eating houses to suit all tastes and pockets.

The most popular restaurant serving traditional Maltese food seems to be the Malet Restaurant.

For European dishes, the Venus Restaurant and the New Bucccaneers Restaurant are recommended. If you are dining on a budget, the Capuvino is a good choice. New Madras or Anusuya is the place to dine when you are after Indian cuisine. For Italian food, go to Little Italy and or else La Stalla.

Mr. Pickwicks English Bar and Restaurant serves an excellent English breakfast/brunch. Fat Harrys also serves English food. For typically British fish and chips and seafood, Seashell Fish and Chip Shop is the place to go. Mediterranean dishes are served at Bugies. Little Wok, as its name suggests, is a Chinese Restaurant found in Bugibba as is The Forbidden City.

Pasta, baguettes and platters are served at the Oblico Restaurant and the Steak House is the place to go if you love meat dishes. Granny’s and Mirabelle Restaurant are places to go to for good food and value. For families with children and large groups, Villa Mare is recommended.

Whether you are dining al fresco in summer or else indoors, Bugibba is always a popular choice where the food is good and the prices are reasonable. Being close to the sea gives Bugibba the advantage of many restaurants having a seaview. Bugibba is also a popular choice for tourists from different countries when visiting the Island of Malta. There are many hotels which also have their own restaurants to cater for the ever growing population of foreigners who come to visit Malta especially in the hot summer months.