Qawra’s Luzzu opens after facelift

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Following four months of renovation works, Qawra’s Luzzu restaurant opened its doors, promising to offer the same services in an updated look, according to a press statement by owner AX Hotels.

“The inspiration for this new restaurant was to invite you into our kitchen – we wanted the customers to get the feeling as if they were at their Mum’s dining table enjoying their favourite dish,” says Joe Vella, General Manager of AX Hotels. “We love interior design, and we looked at every detail when completing this project – from choosing the tiles for the table tops that you’d find at homes, looking for the right knobs for the drawers to old stainless steel utensils that are displayed at the counter. We really stop at nothing in providing our customers with the full experience,” the general manager adds.

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Another essential element of the revamp project was to cater for families or single parents with children, AX Hotels says in the press statement, knowing that it can be difficult for children to sit through a meal.

“The kids’ play area is now three times bigger than before, and parents can literally see their young ones from every corner of the restaurant. We also created a menu for the little ones full that is full of healthy options,” says Claire Zammit Xuereb, Director of Hospitality at AX Hotels. “Plus if they eat well we have a Special Pantry where they can choose a delicious treat. We really wanted to create an all-round and stress-free experience for the families,” she adds.

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Luzzu is owned and managed by AX Hotels part of AX Holdings.

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