Castelletti Restaurant (formerly San Andrea) is set in a 400 year old palazzo in the heart of Rabat and the building was lovingly restored some four years ago. Majestic paintings of the Knights of St John are in full view while the flamboyance of a French chateau is reflected in the scrubbed dove-grey walls and the stately stone antiques. You may appreciate visual uplift and taste even before the food has touched your palate.
The menu of this eclectic restaurant changes four times per year and uses an array of fresh ingredients to create imaginative Asian and European dishes. They also have a selection of daily fish specials. Start with a delightful beef tataki cooked on open flame then marinated in Tataki salsa with a Japanese cabbage salad or French goats cheese coated with pistachios, and drizzled with beetroot puree, on a bed of mixed leaves and orange and honey sauce. For your main indulge in the five spice duck breast pan seared wih bok choi, fig gel and cherry sauce or the mouthwatering oven roasted baby pork racks with crackling, apples and cinnamon, shallot puree and veal jus. Creativity reigns supreme. There’s also a selection of fine salads, homemade burgers and pizza to choose from. To end your meal indulge in the decadent chocolate fondant.