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Phoenicia Hotel Malta Unveils New Kitchen Garden

Self-sourced restaurant showcases Med cuisine

Written by . Published on July 5th 2013.


Phoenicia Hotel Malta Unveils New Kitchen Garden

LEADING Malta resort the Phoenicia Hotel has recently unveiled its new kitchen garden, which will supply 80 per cent of dishes in its Pegasus restaurant.
 
The 4,000 sq m vegetable garden sits close to the restaurant within the hotel’s grounds with their harbour views. Currently, the array of fruit and vegetables in the new garden includes broccoli, tomatoes, red cabbage, onions, herbs, lettuce and watermelons, with rotation on a three-month cycle.
 
Malta offers fantastic raw materials. Pegasus executive chef Saul Halevi, says: “The island is one of the best places in the world for fish, and we offer guests fresh locally-sourced fish from Marsaxlokk, St Paul’s Bay or Gozo, along with vegetables or salads that come from our own garden and desserts made with Maltese ingredients.”
 
Stay at Phoenicia Hotel this summer from just £70 per person per night. To book visit www.phoeniciamalta.com. Fly direct to Malta from a choice of 16 UK departure airports from just £130 return.

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