Bianco’s Mediterranean Grill and Wine Lounge | Passionate about dining

As soon as you step inside Bianco’s it is evident that Lukan Borg and Simon Gingell Littlejohn are passionate about what they do and their experience in hospitality and catering is sure to add that little bit extra to your dining experience.

A modern flair is added to the old architecture to provide a fantastic venue for a casual lunch, business dinner, romantic meal or family outing
A modern flair is added to the old architecture to provide a fantastic venue for a casual lunch, business dinner, romantic meal or family outing

No matter what time of day there are always one or two tables enjoying a snack and at peak meal times it is advisable to book a table.

Whether you’re looking for a quick snack, a fantastic pizza, drinks and nibbles or a more lengthy meal surrounded by family friends and lots of wine, Bianco’s has something for everyone in a stylish venue over-looking Spinola Bay.

The food

The menu at Bianco’s is varied enough to make sure you’ll always find what you are looking for but short enough to ensure everything is fresh and perfectly prepared.

The usual starters or light snacks of platters and bruschettas are complemented with interesting additions like stuffed popadums with chicken satay and a crispy home-made peanut butter sauce, deep fried brie and crunchy foccacias.

For a quick lunch there are a variety of warm and cold salads with interesting ingredients to spice up a boring healthy lettuce. Marinated octopus,  Maltese sausage and olives, warm asparagus and mushrooms and spicy beef are just some combinations available.

For something a bit more warming try the homemade pasta dishes or the fantastic pizzas topped with a variety of fresh ingredients including mozzarella di bufala.

If a proper meal is what you had in mind there is also a selection of fresh fish and meat dishes.

Vegetarians are often left out when eating out, but not at Bianco’s – the vegetarian dishes are just as mouthwatering as their meaty counterparts. Try the brie and green apple salad, topped with walnuts and a honey dressing on a bed of rucola leaves or delicious gnocchi di patate served with a fresh napolitana sauce, topped with Parmesan shavings and fresh basil.

While many restaurants provide a take-away service, not many will deliver to your door and the ones that will usually provide a range of fast food any gourmet will turn their nose up to. Bianco’s makes a refreshing change with fresh, fantastic meals delivered to your door.

The ambiance

The stylish venue offers a mixture of old and new, with a modern flair added to the old architecture and paintings by local artists that adorn the walls changing regularly to keep the place looking fresh. Bianco’s is the perfect venue whatever you have in mind.

The atmosphere in the main dining room changes between lunch and dinner time with diners enjoying quick, light lunches during the day and longer meals in the evening with friends.

If you are celebrating a special occasion, why not make use of the special VIP area that seats a maximum of 10 people.

The comfy sofas inside provide the perfect spot to chill out with a bottle of wine, from the extensive wine list and some nibbles or a delicious pizza to share. Or why not choose from the imaginative cocktail list made with fresh fruit and herbs. This also makes an ideal spot to retire to after a meal in the main area.

Sadly they no longer play live music on a Sunday afternoon, however it is still an excellent spot to enjoy food, drinks and company on any day of the week.

 Address: St George’s Road, St Julian’s.

Opening Hours:

Monday to Sunday - Noon till late.

For further details on bookings, contact Lukan Borg or Simon Gingell Littlejohn

email: [email protected]

Telephone: 21359865