Malta's Biggest Food Event
OVER 45,000 VISITORS IN MALTA & GOZO
Welcome to Malta's largest food event. A convergence of joyful celebrations from some of the world's best cuisines. Delivering a unique opportunity to interact, share passions, and indulge in freshly-prepared food from all around the globe.
VALLETTA 2022 EDITION
13th - 17th July 2022
FROM 6PM ONWARDS
WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF FOOD
The Malta International Food Festival is a respected and well-known culinary event. It is the island's most anticipated gourmet event, featuring cuisine from all around the world.
Thousands of food and wine lovers attend Malta's biggest event of the year each year. Over 100,000 people have attended the festival in recent years. With over 38,000 visitors during the Malta edition, 2019 was the biggest edition yet. In 2019, another 9,000 people attended the first Gozo special edition.
The Malta 5-day festival goes beyond eating and drinking to reveal what the food scene in Malta is all about: embracing local and seasonal produce, promoting its diverse culture, championing premium producers, indulging in a kaleidoscope of tastes, and being treated to an amazing night out in Valletta's Pjazza Tritoni.
During the event, visitors are entertained with live performances by some of Malta's top talents, as well as a variety of additional children's activities.
The Gozo edition is a modest but equally thrilling festival that takes place a few weeks after the Malta edition, just beneath the imposing Xewkija Parish church. It's a free street food festival with an emphasis on diversity, with over 7 foreign cuisines accompanied by live performances and other entertainment.
Visitors purchase tokens from cash points, which they can then redeem for any cuisine they want, including drinks and a choice of high-quality wines.
The entrance for the Malta edition is €2, children enter for free. All patrons will be given free discount vouchers with a value of over €20 to be redeemed from different restaurants across Malta, further more children will be given a free entry ticket to the Malta National Aquarium.