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At ITS we have three restaurants and a café which are open to the public. These are operated by lecturers and their students, as part of our students’ study programmes. Two of our restaurants and café may be found at our newly relocation campus in Ħal Luqa, Malta and another restaurant may be found at our campus in Qala, Gozo.
During the school year, each one of our restaurants offers its unique lunching and dining experiences. Each restaurant offers a selection of refined dishes throughout the academic year and all at affordable prices.
Students from various culinary, pastry-making, management and service programs handle the preparation of the dishes and desserts, as well as their service, as part of their practical courses. This is done according to the class schedule and study programmes, which is why menus and restaurant operations change according to the day and time of year.
Come and enjoy the different eating experiences at one of the Institute's teaching restaurants, for the refinement of our dishes and service, as well as the unbeatable quality-price ratio and the satisfaction of helping train the next generation of professionals!
Restaurants and Cafe in Ħal Luqa, Malta
The Voyage Restaurant, one of the Institute of Tourism Studies’ training restaurants, will extend a true journey of foods. This restaurant exposes the Institute’s students to deliver a multitude of acquired skills, which varies from the art of plating food to that of composing dishes right in front of the custom.
Open for both lunch and dinner time, the Voyage offers a rotational prixe fixe menu, which is enhanced by an unrivalled service flair. Mouth-watering recipes are prepared by the students on the day, and it is reflective of the students gastronomic interest and exposure. During the evenings, one can expect to take a tasting menu journey which shall consist of not less than six house made courses ranging from an amuse-bouche to a set of delicately prepared petit fours.
We present to you the RUNWAY to a culinary journey, which is one of the Institute of Tourism Studies’ training restaurants. RUNWAY reflects the true aspirations that the ITS’ students have for their studies in the culinary world and showcases their talents and their passion towards food and drink, coupled with a true Hospitality flair.
The menus change periodically, serving a set 3-course meal which is composed of a starter, main course and dessert, accompanied by a selection of in-house baked bread.
Located in the heart of Ħal Luqa, the Apron ‘Grab & Go’ offers speedy hearty meals to those on the go, run by the Institute of Tourism Studies as one of its training restaurants. Students prepare an array of meals, whereby the ‘Tavola Calda’ section of the outlet, offers a selection of cold and hot meals, which can satisfy the hunger of a lion, whereas the café section offers space to those who seek to snack.
With its outdoor area, The Apron ‘Grab & Go’ serves as the perfect space for patrons to hang out and socialise within the Institutes premises. Pricing for students and staff enjoys a 50% discount from the tavola calda section, which makes the scrumptious food more than worthwhile.
The Apron Grab & Go is open between Monday to Friday from 10:30am to 1:30pm.
Restaurants and Cafe in Qala, Gozo
Named after a prehistoric find in the villlage of Qala, Il-Menhir is the restaurant on our campus in the same village Gozo. operated by our professors and student in Gozo, it is open twice weekly for lunch serving delicious 3-course menus of sophisticated modern dishes. Main course dishes range from fish, shellfish, beef and pork, chicken, lamb, veal and much more.