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where in london can i find Pastizzi or a maltese restaurant

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mum was speaking about Pastizzi (maltese cheese cakes) this morning and it got me wanting some lol i didnt no these where big in aus and even the usa you can buy them from the above places b… Read More
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
mum was speaking about Pastizzi (maltese cheese cakes) this morning and it got me wanting some lol

i didnt no these where big in aus and even the usa

you can buy them from the above places but i cant find a single place that sells them either online or in the UK

i no you can download the guide to cook them at home but im a rubbish cook and i no they just wont taste the same
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
................................ go on give them a go!!
http://www.grouprecipes.com/66193/maltese-cheese-cakes-pastizzi.html
#2
cant you do them for me ill pay p+p :) lol
#3
A bit off topic but I'm going on holiday to Malta next year.Can you recommend any Maltese specialities to try along with the above?
#4
Make them, but use ready made, ready rolled flaky pastry sooo easy. Or take the ingreadients to a friends house and beg them to do it?
#5
my advice would be make sure you try the smaller restaurants rather then the '' tourist places '' and try, Timpana (Baked Macaroni) - Stewed Rabbit - twisties (maltese crisps a better version of nick naks) - Fried Lampuki
#6
[quote=Dub1]my advice would be make sure you try the smaller restaurants rather then the '' tourist places '' and try, Timpana (Baked Macaroni) - Stewed Rabbit - twisties (maltese crisps a better version of nick naks) - Fried Lampuki[/quote=

OK thanks for that
1 Like #7
Hi There, greetings from a Malteser currently living in London .! Couldny help but drop by and leave a reply as i came across this thread by accident :). pastizzi are quite tricky to make surprisingly and you can have either rikotta which is goats cheese traditionally or pea, naturally having a mushy pea filling. For Mumoftheobeast, id suggest trying rabbit, some of our fish and minestrone .''Bragoli'' which are rolled up steaks with an egg inside similar to beef olives...etc . I could go on all day haha. Maybe ill open a proper Maltese restaurant of my own haha.
Enjoy anyway:)
Rici
#8
if you do pm me cos i cant find anythign that i want anywhere, i did make my own (my maltese mum helped) and they just aint the same :(
#9
I don't know of any Maltese restaurants but you can buy all sorts of Maltese goodies at least a couple of times a year (in London only though). http://www.malteseculturemovement.com/?p=55
I've been going to the Maltese Fair (Malta Day - UK) for the past 8 years or so. I come away with bags of Twistees and a case of Kinnie and while there I eat fresh hot pastizzi and some hobz-biz-zejt, made with ftira. If you take a cool bag you can buy frozen pastizzi to take home - I've done this the past couple of years.
I won't be going this year as we're going to be in Malta for the whole of August, so I think I shall fill up on goodies while there and bring loads back with me! (Having said that, I may just nip up there to grab a case of Kinnie! Me and my girls love the stuff!!
#10
mumbojumbo
Malta would be a much nicer place if it didn't have such a corrupt government.
It's gaming regulation and legal system stink. :(

And what relevance does this have on finding pastizzi in London?
#11
I've just had another look at the Maltese Movement website. Seems you can get Maltese food and drink on the first Sunday of every month, and play bingo as well!! :3
#12
mumbojumbo
The Maltese culture would be better liked if it wasn't so corrupt.

I think you're talking in riddle - or should I say, mumbo jumbo.

What has the Maltese culture, or government, got to do with finding pastizzi in London?
#13
thank you sooooo much shibi din my mum will beover the moon
#14
Dub1
thank you sooooo much shibi din my mum will beover the moon

You're welcome. :)

If you do go to the Imnarja Celebrations or the Maltese Fair I would advise you to get there early and buy your stuff as soon as you arrive as it gets extremely busy and they do sell out of things. They always get more as they send someone off to their "headquarters" to get more supplies, but you'd think they would have learned by now to just bring more in the first place!! Also the queue for the pastizzi and hot food gets so long, but it is worth the wait.
Enjoy it!!
There is also free parking in the streets around Victoria (where the Maltese Fair is held).
#15
im gonna stock up :)
#16
I agree totally with the person whose called Mumbojumbo. i know it has nothing to do with pastizzi but it's true. Majority of these people especially the so called solicitors, whome i call 'LEGALISED CRIMINALS' should all be hung up from the nearest tree or shot. Even the people who are supposed to monitor them, are worst then them. I do feel sorry for the few who are decent. And they can stuff their pastizzi where the sun don't shine.
1 Like #17
olittlemo
I agree totally with the person whose called Mumbojumbo. i know it has nothing to do with pastizzi but it's true. Majority of these people especially the so called solicitors, whome i call 'LEGALISED CRIMINALS' should all be hung up from the nearest tree or shot. Even the people who are supposed to monitor them, are worst then them. I do feel sorry for the few who are decent. And they can stuff their pastizzi where the sun don't shine.


hey there noob....u seem to have issues
#18
Ive been asking this question for years... and its really difficult to find apart from what other people have said about the fair...

Im also on the look out for twisties... i recently found kinnie in London which i thought was a big achievement :D
#19
deejaychaos
Ive been asking this question for years... and its really difficult to find apart from what other people have said about the fair...

Im also on the look out for twisties... i recently found kinnie in London which i thought was a big achievement :D


Where in London did you find Kinnie? Please do tell!!
1 Like #20
shibi din
deejaychaos
Ive been asking this question for years... and its really difficult to find apart from what other people have said about the fair...

Im also on the look out for twisties... i recently found kinnie in London which i thought was a big achievement :D


Where in London did you find Kinnie? Please do tell!!



Ive located two places.. One is a after hours night club called The Den in Holborn....

The other one is a small corner shop on Shaftesbury Avenue... at the top of it... near the junction of New Oxford Street.

Im not 100% of the name but i think its called Sunrise... there is 2 cornershops there... so if its not one its the other lol but they sell Kinnie in a can, where as The Den (Nightclub) sell it in a can and bottle... was really surprised to see it.
#21
Thank you, I'll have a look next time I'm up there. :)

Fyi, the Maltese Fair is on 10 September this year. A case of Kinnie (24 cans) costs £15. Also, if you ring the Maltese Culture Movement people they might be able to arrange to meet you for you to buy Twistees.
#22
Thats great because that shop sells cans for £1 each. ^^

Thanks for the info... i will put the date in my calender :)
#23
Copied from Maltese Culture Movement website :

Maltese Products

Now you can purchase most of the Maltese products from the Maltese Culture Movement.

List of Products:

Pastizzi (frozen) - ricotta and pizelli

Party Pastizzi (frozen) - ricotta and pizelli

Ravioli (frozen) - ricotta

Imqaret (frozen)



Three Hills Kunserva 415g can

Three Hills Kunserva 200g can

Mayor Zalza Maltese 410g can - for ravioli

Mayor Zalza Pronta 410g can - for pizza

Mayor Zalza Bolognese 410g can - for pasta



Twistees

Galletti tal-furnar - traditional

Galletti tal-furnar - sundried tomato and basil

Galletti tal-furnar - sea salt and cracked pepper

Galletti tal-furnar - gbejniet tal-bzar flavour







Krustini

Buskuttelli



Helwa ta tork - 500g

Helwa ta tork - 250g













Perlini

Qubbajt (nougat) soft 600g

Qubbajt (nougat) soft 400g

Qubbajt (nougat) hard 270g



Ilma Zghar





Kinnie

Diet Kinnie

Cisk Export Premium Lager in bottles

Cisk Lager in cans

Hopleaf beer in cans

Blue Label beer in cans

Farsons Shandy in cans



Maltese Wines - Delicata

Medina - Merlot

Medina - Cabernet Sauvignon

Medina - Syrah

Medina - Sangovese

Medina - Vermentino Zebibbo

Medina - Chardonay


Medina - Grenache White

Medina - Rose Grenache

Victoria Heights - Chardonay

Victoria Heights - Cannonau Rose

Victoria Heights - Shiraz Rose

Victoria Heights - Cabernet Sauvignon

Victoria Heights - Merlot



Zeppie's Liqueurs:





Bajtra

Rummiena

Honey

Harruba (carob)

Buzbieza

Limoncello

Marachino







To order please contact us either by email or telephone.

email: [email protected]

tel: 020 7272 9000



Please note: this is a preliminary list of products that we stock most of the time. There are other products that we stock for special occasions and fairs. Should you require other products that are not listed here please do not hesitate to ask. The chances are that we would have them in stock or if not even get them for you.



We will continue to improve this site with more products and better facilities to order. Soon you will be able to order on line.



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Pickup only by Appointment: You can pick up your order from Archway N19 if you so wish but you have to let us know beforehand by ringing us first as we are not always here.



Perishables: All frozen goods have to be picked up or send by cab

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Edited By: shibi din on Jul 17, 2011 22:38
#24
wow does that mean we can order it for delivery mmmmmmm lol ooo and for kinnie have a look on http://www.kinniedrinks.com/ there are a few places that stock it now a good few shops in west end stock it...
#25
Someone sent me a message on facebook recently to say that they are selling frozen pastizzi and also has a restaurant in Bury (although a bit too far from London). http://www.wix.com/top018/mediteraneanpastry
#26
Mmmmmmmm - had two lovely cheesecakes/ pastizzi for lunch today!! Washed down with ice cold Kinnie. Probably have the same again tomorrow!
Yesterday my mum made timpana for dinner - 'twas very nice.

Having a lovely time in Malta!!!!! :3

Edited By: shibi din on Aug 01, 2011 22:47
#27
shibi din are you maltese ?
1 Like #28
Hi i am maltese and in london there was a maltese day on the 10th september it was a all day thing but i think there will be another one soon :)
1 Like #29
Hi stacey yea i missed it, it was in east london as well dam lool i am going to pick up pastizzi from archway in the morning i was a pig and ordered 3 dozen lol
#30
Dub1
shibi din are you maltese ?


Sorry, just seen this. Yes, I am half Maltese; I used to live there when I was young. We were in Malta for the whole of August.

I went to the Maltese Fair on 10 Sept and bought some frozen pastizzi and frozen ravjul and a case of Kinnie - things I couldn't really bring back with me!!

Edit : When you're cooking your pastizzi don't have the oven at too high a temperature or else the outside will cook, but not the insides. They'll probably take 50 mins or more to be properly done.

Edited By: shibi din on Sep 16, 2011 00:10
#31
great any tips on how to cook then would be great as my mum (who is Maltese) is coming for my birthday party Saturday and these are a surprise for here got some twistees as well, going to pick it all up today


shibi din
Dub1
shibi din are you maltese ?


Sorry, just seen this. Yes, I am half Maltese; I used to live there when I was young. We were in Malta for the whole of August.

I went to the Maltese Fair on 10 Sept and bought some frozen pastizzi and frozen ravjul and a case of Kinnie - things I couldn't really bring back with me!!

Edit : When you're cooking your pastizzi don't have the oven at too high a temperature or else the outside will cook, but not the insides. They'll probably take 50 mins or more to be properly done.
#32
Dub1
great any tips on how to cook then would be great as my mum (who is Maltese) is coming for my birthday party Saturday and these are a surprise for here got some twistees as well, going to pick it all up today


shibi din
Dub1
shibi din are you maltese ?


Sorry, just seen this. Yes, I am half Maltese; I used to live there when I was young. We were in Malta for the whole of August.

I went to the Maltese Fair on 10 Sept and bought some frozen pastizzi and frozen ravjul and a case of Kinnie - things I couldn't really bring back with me!!

Edit : When you're cooking your pastizzi don't have the oven at too high a temperature or else the outside will cook, but not the insides. They'll probably take 50 mins or more to be properly done.


Snap!! My mum's Maltese too. She came to live in the UK after she got married (to an Englishman) and was here for 40 years. 4 years ago, not long after she retired, she went back home to live in Malta.

As I say, when cooking the pastizzi don't have the oven too hot, say around 150/160 degrees C. Place them on greaseproof paper, or a well greased tray and cook them slowly. Check them after half an hour and then every ten minutes or so. Maybe the last 10 minutes turn the temperature up a bit to get the outsides a bit crispy. Enjoy! :3

Have you tried making things like timpana or baked rice? They are very easy to do. Let me know if you want my recipes.

Happy Birthday. :D
#33
same as my mum met and englishman on holiday and stayed here (her father was already english)

we polished off 13 pastizzi between us yesterday lol and a bag of twistees each

those recipes would be great thank you

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