Looking at Valletta from across Marsamxett harbour, The Chophouse boasts one of the best views in Malta, often described as “one of the finest views of Europe”. Close to the water’s edge at historical Tigne Point, one feels as if one is sitting on a beautiful cruise liner watching boats sail by, whilst being apportioned the finest dishes, accompanied by the finest wines. Jamie watches attentively over the presentation ensuring that each course is perfectly executed and that each patron is made to feel special and welcome. The atmosphere is sophisticated without being too formal. It is smart, but not stifling, and the indoor/outdoor terraces provide a refreshing venue from which to treat yourself to a thoroughly delectable dining experience. Claiming the largest charcoal grill on the Island, The Chophouse will not disappoint.
With a vast array of full flavoured, succulent steaks to choose from, The Chophouse menu includes the celebrated Japanese Wagyu and Kobe beef along with Aberdeen Angus, Scottona beef from northern Italy and other fine cuts from other top breeds. A state of the art aging cabinet helps to render the beef cuts even more tender and intense in flavour. Kick off your meat feast with the Trio of Bone Marrow or the Sweet and Sticky Pork Belly or opt for a lighter dish like a sublime saffron and rosemary risotto or a seabass ceviche. If not in the mood for beef one may move on to one of the other main dishes, like the slow cooked ox tongue with a pea and wasabi puree, or the deboned quail and wild mushroom fricassee. For the brave, finish off with the melt in your mouth chocolate fondant. With over 200 wines to choose from you certainly won’t go thirsty, amateurs will be spoilt for choice. The Chophouse also prides itself with its extensive selection of fine Whiskies, Grappas and Plantation Rums. Private functions including stand up receptions and weddings are catered for.
Seating Indoors: 120
Seating Outdoors: 80
Complimentary parking Tigne Point car park, five minutes away with a covered passageway in case of bad weather.