Lunch at the old town Mdina | Malta

 

  Few days ago we had a plan of going to the Blue Grotto here in Malta and since we don’t have a car, we use public transport. So we got ready for the day near the sea, excited about visiting the caves, taking some photos etc. We checked the route and there was no direct bus from our village to there, we had to change the bus in Mdina. But once we arrived to Mdina, the other bus didn’t show up in almost 2 hours so the plan was canceled and we stayed for lunch there at Mdina fortress.

  We walked around in a search for a restaurant and they were all full, until I saw a small street and a  sing for a restaurant inside of the street. The menu look interesting and different wich I liked because to be honest, I got tired of all the restaurants having almost the same menu so we decided to stay there. The name of a restaurant was “Secret garden” if I’m not mistaking and the ambience is really amazing. And what I liked the most is that there was no people at all, only one couple next to us wich have left before we got our food. Enjoying the food was complete in the calm of the garden and we realy got relaxed after all the crowds on the bus stop. We were served by an older lady wich was obviously in a bad mood and a younger man who was very kind.

Me completely make up free as we planned a day near the see 😀

  I ordered a crispy duck salad with pears and Vladimir ordered a stuffed rabbit leg. Both dishes were tasty, I only didn’t like that my duck was so dry and overdone, but I guess it was supposed to be like that. After all, the day was not completely ruined for we enjoyed this delicious meal! ;D

‘Till the next time,

sending you my love, Bonny. ❤

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Hello! My name is Vanja Čabdarić. I like to call myself a creative dreamer, all the shiny and creative things interest me. In january 2016. I started my blog about fashion, beauty and lifestyle - Bonny's Soulfood. In the near future I have a dream of starting a creative bussines of any sort. :) P.s. *Let your soul shine*

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