Hyatt Regency Malta: Seed

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When a combination of brilliant chefs and hospitality professionals come together expect a mouth-watering masterpiece.

Introducing Seed, overlooking the piazza and Santa Rita Chapel at the recently opened Hyatt Regency Malta. Seed boasts an exceptionally experienced team, beautiful décor, an incredibly tranquil yet central location and the promises of a unique dining experience from start to finish.

Matthew De Bono, the food and beverage manager, is no stranger to fine dining.  Matthew has managed some of Malta’s most renowned local restaurant. Why Seed? Matthew explains that Seed is a unique place offering the finest food in a most welcoming atmosphere.

“We’ve worked tirelessly to ensure that guests have a great experience, from exclusive, complimentary parking with easy access to the restaurant to comfortable yet chic décor. Seed has been designed to host a quick professional business lunch, romantic dinner or an unforgettable get together with family and friends and we really are looking forward to hosting you soon!”

The kitchen at Seed is led by Executive Chef Noel Azzopardi, an award-winning chef in his own right. Noel described the launch menu as fresh, original and refined. “We want guests to immerse themselves in flavours of the food, step away from the fast-paced life we lead and really enjoy an unique meal”

Noel will be supported by a great team including Executive Sous Chef, Daniel Vella Mcintyre, a past student of Noel’s and an established local chef.

Daniel explained that the uniqueness of Seed lies in its simplicity, “The menu at seed is designed around an incredible selection of flavours, fantastically put together to create well-loved favourite dishes that are special in their creation”. Daniel went onto explain that “If I must pick just two of my favourite dishes from the Seed menu these would be the duck baklava and the carbonara agnolotti, because they are simple, delicious and special, because you’ll only find them at Seed!”

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