Lot 61 Coffee Roasters, Valletta


Living in a big city in the UK, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to good coffee and so it’s always a delight to find a place abroad that delivers that same standard – if not better!

Not only was the coffee delicious at Lot 61, the croissants were too. There’s nothing worse than when coffee shops deliver the caffeine, but have lacklustre pastries.

Lot 61’s prices weren’t far off what you’d pay in the UK. My flat white was €3,40 (£2.95) and the croissant was €2.30 (£2). It’s a great budget option for a breakfast that feels like a treat.

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