Diar il-Bniet Website Launch

Diar il-Bniet new website launched and our online shop has opened its doors! Check out the fantastic products and prices. It was a long time coming but we are delighted to now have our new website launched! The new Diar il-Bniet website also features an online shop with nationwide delivery so you will be able to enjoy our products now which are now just a click away to have them delivered right to your door....

Winter at Diar il-Bniet

Hello winter! The coldest season of them all, where trees and plants start to fray so when Spring comes they bloom again with more vibrant colours and produce. Winter brings lots of things, here at Diar il- Bniet we celebrate with what ever comes along. Winter Seasonal Menu is available at our restaurant, new dishes have been added and we are excited to get our customers feedback. What's best than our 'Kawlata bix- Xikel tal-...

Orange Marmalade Recipe

Winter is here and so is it's produce. Oranges are best is Winter, with the cold breeze and rainy days on going, the trees will feed and grow into a strong ones. Producing lots of juicy oranges, but what to do with all of the produce ? Check out our recipe of how we do the orange marmalade, this recipe fills up 4 Jars (212ml) https://diarilbniet.comproduct/orange-marmalade/

Laħam imtektek fuq il-Fwar bit-Tewn u t-Tursin

A very traditional dish which used to be served back in time, usually when someone was sick. Why you may ask? Well at that time there wasn’t a fuss about medication especially when someone had the flu or fever, so the natural remedy to cure the sickness was a classical pot of vegetable broth. Ones the preparation of the broth is ready and it’s on the stove simmering slowly they used to alternate to something...

Autumn at Diar il-Bniet

  Autumn one of the most awaited Season! the third season of the year, when crops and fruits are gathered and leaves fall, in the northern hemisphere from September to November and in the southern hemisphere from March to May. Last summer was a very hot  summer here in Malta and our farm needed a bit of rest from the shining sun, that is why we always welcome autumn with open hands. the sun effects...

Valletta, Malta Cravings

It is not a coincidence that Valletta  Malta’s capital, has been chosen as European Capital of Culture in 2018. Or that the whole city world heritage protected by UNESCO. It’s like living in a vivid baroque museum.

Maltese Cuisine – eat your heart out

At the ethnic crosshairs between Libya and Sicily, with influences from North Africa and the Middle East, is the Maltese Islands of Malta, Comino and Gozo – visually rich islands that smell of crusty bread, salt and tomatoes; a culture whose heritage is ploughed into its very soil.