Sharma Ethnic Cuisines brings together three cuisine traditions – Indian, Arabian & Mediterranean –hence allowing for a vast selection of authentic dishes to be available in one restaurant setting. The intention here is to give our customers the possibility to enjoy a dining experience without any cuisine restrictions. People on the same table can order dishes from completely different cuisines!
In addition, this trio cuisine concept allows people sitting on the same table to share several dishes and experience tempting flavours & aromas from different ethnic traditions.
Sharma Ethnic Cuisines originally established in Mdina, moved to its new location in May 2017 and is now at the Portomaso Marina, St. Julian’s.
At Sharma you can celebrate special events, have a romantic dinner, or an amusing casual evening with family or friends. We also have a beautiful terrace outside that enjoys views of the Portomaso Marina. Every day all year round we have live entertainment – you can expect an Indian Night with Sitar Live Music or an Eastern Night with Belly Dancers! Other live entertaining includes harp, violin, classical guitar, piano and accordion played by some of Malta’s best musicians.
We are open from noon till midnight every day. Full menu is available throughout the day, so feel free to drop by for a late lunch in the afternoon or early dinner!
Take away from Sharma is also available.
Sharma Ethnic Cuisines is more about sharing a dining experience, than ordering separate dishes. This encourages interaction on the table – “Did you try this?” “What do you think of this?” “Which one did you enjoy most?” – thus creating a more engaging and gratifying atmosphere!
The most popular Indian dishes here at Sharma are Chicken Tikka Masala and Chicken Korma – curries prepared with authentic fresh ingredients. The Arabian Kuskse Bel Khudra is yet another favourite amongst our customers, where a meat stew is cooked with Arabian spices and served on a bed of couscous. Whilst for those who prefer a Mediterranean dish we recommend the ‘Fenek Malti’, a typical Maltese dish cooked with love – a rabbit hind leg marinated in wine and baked in the oven.