Horeca Malta

June 16, 2021

The Right Candidate Matters

Excellent food is not all it takes to give diners their magical restaurant experience. It takes a lot more. Most of us who dine in restaurants set an expectation they hope will be achieved - from the moment they set their reservation to the moment they walk out of the restaurant’s doors - there needs to be a standard. Sitting at a Root81 table, whether with family or friends, is an experience from start to finish. There’s a feeling that you’re being taken care of in the establishment and it’s one instilled by Patron Chef Robert Cassar.
June 15, 2021

Exclusive Interview: The Hon Clayton Bartolo

The Hon Julia Farrugia Portelli had barely settled in her new role as Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection when she was faced with dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. In an exclusive interview with Horeca Magazine, the Hon Minister shares her experience in the first few months in her new role and the challenges the local tourism industry is currently facing.
June 14, 2021

MIA traffic figures show improvement in May

Added: 14 June 2021   75,420 PASSENGERS TRAVELLED THROUGH MALTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN MAY   May was the first month of 2021 to surpass the 40,000 passenger mark May traffic dropped by 88.8 per cent over the same month in 2019 MIA expects capacity deployed by airlines in June to more than double over May   As the Maltese islands edged closer to the reopening of travel and tourism, Malta International Airport registered 75,420 passenger movements during the month leading to this resumption.   This total for May translates into a drop of 88.8 per cent compared to the same […]
May 21, 2021

Michelin Stars Presented to Five Maltese Restaurants

Added: 21 May 2021   De Mondion Restaurant, Under Grain, ION – The Harbour, Bahia Restaurant and Noni Restaurant yesterday received the prestigious Michelin Star Award, after being included in the 2021 Michelin Guide for Malta, which is now in its second edition.   Addressing the ceremony, Dr Gavin Gulia, Chairman of the Malta Tourism Authority said that “the MTA welcomes the second edition of the Malta Michelin Guide which is yet again, another step in the right direction for our quality restaurants. Malta has, over time become known for its gastronomy, which oftentimes goes beyond Mediterranean Cuisine. This second […]