Malta is one of the most unique place you can visit in the world. The tiny island nation is located in the Mediterranean Sea and it considered to be part of Southern Europe. The EU nation is just 50 miles south of Sicily, 176 east of Tunisia, and 207 miles from Libya. Since this archipelago has been ruled by the likes of the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Greeks, Arabs, Normans, Aragonese, Knights of St. John, French, British, and many more, the country is a melting pot of cultures and languages. This is especially felt in Maltese cuisine, which is rich in variety. Here are some of the dishes you can’t miss while you’re visiting Malta.
Pastizzi are a popular street food that consist of phyllo dough and are usually filled with mushy peas or ricotta. These budget friendly snacks can be found in pastizzerias throughout Malta, where you can also find square pizza, pies, sausage rolls, and more. Pastizzi are one of the most popular savory snacks you can have here.