According to its poster, this is the oldest sweet shop in Malta, having stood here since 1837. It is a very popular spot in a small square (I forget the name) on Republic Street, a few metres from the Foreign Ministry. You can't miss it, as it has an iconic red phone booth outside, and a statue of Queen Victoria. Here you can buy some traditional Maltese sweets and pastries, and delicious ice cream. However, it also functions as a restaurant, and is very popular, given its great location. A good option if you want to try some traditional Maltese food, like beef rolls stuffed with breadcrumbs in egg and tomato sauce, or roasted rabbit.