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Indian restaurant Valletta


Valletta has a fabulous history with unique features.valletta is the UNESCO listed city of Malta and stands proud for this fact. It is one of the most luxurious harbours surrounded by the best view placed in Europe. The capital has a history tied to Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem to the best local Mediterranean cuisine. As it is dominated by Mediterranean cuisine, it's sometimes difficult for Indian's travelling to discover Indian restaurants in Valletta. Though this is simply a misconception, as Valletta has some of the most amazing Indian restaurants with Indian touch in Music to food. Let's take a look at the best Indian Restaurants in Valletta.

Naan Bar has an excellent experience around the city of Valletta. The chef there, chef Swaminandan's has worked with Noma at the Fat Duck alongside Heston Blumenthal; apart from that, he was also a semi-finalist at the MasterChef UK Professional 2011.
They have affordable menus, which change every three days. They also have a seven-course meal, which involves very creative Aloo Tikki, Lamb Biryani, Amuse-bouche, and Paneer Seekh. Chef Swaminandan's creativity can be seen in every meal.
They also have items that will amaze you by the taste and Ethenic Indian touch. The best part could be the experience they provide, different and grand. They have music around the place and also various kinds of dining experience with private Dining rooms available. If you're looking to surprise someone or have the time of your life, Naan Bar should be an undoubted choice.

2. Tuk-Tuk
This is one of the best south Indian restaurants you can find in Vallette. It has the tagline "From the roads of South India," and I can guarantee this restaurant won't disappoint you and will genuinely feel like you have come to south India. Visiting Tuk-tuk feels like a short tour to India, full of tasty experiences and different Impressions.
Food hawkers of India have inspired Tuk Tuk. You can find everything from ethnic south Indian dosa to Chat here. Also, find the best tandoori and Indian curries. The service is unique and satisfying. The staff is friendly and warm. Also, vegan, gluten-free, vegetarian, and lactose-free choices are available here.

These two are the best and most recommended Indian Restaurants in Valletta. If Malta is in your bucket list, add these two as well and make a spot to visit these Indian restaurants in Valletta.
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