Baia Beach Club | Beach dining in style

If you are looking for great atmosphere to enjoy a fresh meal against one of Malta’s best backdrops then Baia Beach has to be the perfect spot.

The blue and white colour scheme at Baia is reminiscent of a Greek island
The blue and white colour scheme at Baia is reminiscent of a Greek island

The beach club was inspired by the owners' travels around Europe and Asia and their wish to share one of Malta's most idyllic locations with friends and family.

The blue and white colour scheme makes the beach feel like you're on a Greek island whilst the view of the crystal clear waters with Comino in the background remind you just how beautiful the Maltese archipelago really is.

The idea behind the menu is that everything is served fresh with an emphasis on what the Mediterranean waters have to offer. Head Chef Simone Meccheri, who spent years cooking in some of the best restaurants on the Italian Riviera, carefully sources all the ingredients himself, taking pride in delivering the most tasty dishes to your table - spectacular light starters including fresh scallops or beef capraccio, fantastic pasta dishes with fresh seafood or tasty Mediterranean vegetables and more satisfying mains including seared calamari and a beautifully tender tagliata.

Meals can be of an elaborate three-course nature or a simple one-plate meal to get you back out into the sun as soon as possible. And if you don't want to waste precious sunshine hours in the shade of the restaurant you can also order food off of the snack menu - sandwiches, salads and platters - right to your beach bed.

The kids won't be disappointed either, with special kids menus that include the regular favourites as well as healthier options. And for the really little ones there is also an infant menu which promises fresh, home-made goodness with no lumps or added salt or sugar.

The wine list has been carefully selected to accompany the menu with a good variety of reds and whites from all over the world as well as champagnes. The sommelier will help you to choose your wines should you require assistance.

On Sundays hang around at the beach for The New Navy project where sunsets bring tasty cocktails and DJs spinning house tunes to turn your lazy Sunday afternoons into not so lazy evenings - a perfect end to the weekend.

Baia is also open for private functions, including weddings, so it is best to call in advance to book a table.

Though the restaurant is the perfect spot for a summer's afternoon, the winter time is no less spectacular. On sunny winter days you can still dine outside and when the wind howling and the rain is hammering against the glass you can watch the angry seas from the warm comfort inside.

The restaurant at Baia Beach Club is open daily for lunch between 12:30 and 15:00 and for dinner between Tuesday and Saturday from 19:30 and 22:00 in July and August.

The Beach club is open daily between 10am and 19:00.

For opening hours throughout the rest of the year visit www.baiabeachclub.com.

Address: Baia Beach Club

Little Armier

L/O Mellieha

Tel: 21 570942; 21 573421

Email: [email protected]

Web: www.baiabeachclub.com

 

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