Susurrus rises from the ashes of the hugely popular Buddhaman, which sadly suffered extensive damage due to gale-force winds. The lounge setting gives a chillout vibe with all the class you’d expect from a Marvin Gauci enterprise. Floor-to-ceiling glass panelling offers unobstructed views of St. George’s Bay, as city lights twinkle in a colourful and pleasant faux-constellation. A clean, unintrusive decor of white linen and neutral, restful colours, marries beautifully with the wooden parquet and exotic bar design to create a feel of comfortable luxury. The open-air terrace delights with swing chairs, comfy sofas and warm blankets, and makes for a great spot for chilling out between courses.
The cuisine at Susurrus is a fusion concept that brings together the most enticing elements of Mediterranean, International, and South American cuisine, with a particular focus on Peruvian influences. The menu is extensive, but staff will be happy to play sherpa on your degustatory journey. There are also tasting menus available, but you may switch items as you please, so you’re always guaranteed to get exactly the kind of dining experience you’re craving. Accompany your meal with your favourite vintage from the carefully-curated wine list, or ask your sommeliere to craft a wine pairing that will excite the various dishes on your journey. Conclude your experience with the delicate and sensuous tastes and textures of a signature dessert while you long for your next visit.