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March 8, 2020
Serkin, is a traditional snack shop. Where they serve traditional Pea cakes (Pastizzi), the traditional tea and there are much more where you can choose. It Is situated in Rabat which is a nice place to visit.
December 27, 2019
The oldest and one of the few traditional old pastizzi shop. The Maltese traditional food that is adored by both locals and tourists.
November 8, 2019
The most typical Maltese snacks are served here and the famous Maltese style of tea with Milk, it is very close to Mdina and Rabat (you can walk it). it opens very early ....and right next it there is one of the best gelateria on the island!!! ps: not for fancy eaters its a very humble traditional…
September 7, 2019
The best "pastizzi" in Malta. Pastizzi is a local pastry with ricotta cheese or peas (there are some other variations nowadays)
July 16, 2018
For an authentic experience. Tea & Pastizzi

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Point of Interest
“The underground chapel of St. Agatha (The Ctypt) has unique frescoes, that were painted in 1200. Other 29 frescoes were painted in 1480. The main altar of the Crypt was built over another rock altar in 1666. The catacombs are underground cemeteries to the 2nd and 3rd century AD! Here you can see the different types of graves, some time with the real skeletons. In the catacombs, you can see also two graves with frescoes that date back to the 4th century AD. And there is the earliest rock-cut church in Malta. This is chapel with the freeze all around, with pillars and capital”
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Sögufrægur staður
“Don't miss the baker right next door. Get yourself some Maltese bread of ftira, also has good cakes and doughnuts!”
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Souvenir Shop
“By the second century BC, the Roman Empire and Carthage were wrestling for dominance in the Mediterranean. After centuries of power struggles, the two super powers engaged in three major battles, known as the Punic Wars. In 146 BC the Romans defeated their opponents, completely destroyed the city of Carthage (in modern-day Tunisia) and took control of Malta.”
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Natural Feature
“It is nice to find some peace quiete and fresh air, plus it is very different from where one lives usually in Malta .”
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“This is the Palace of the Grand Master which currently houses the parliament. It also houses one of the largest armouries in the world and in excellent condition.”
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