The friendly waiter advised us not to order a starter when we told him we weren't too hungry.
Good idea - the quantities were very large.
We shared cannelloni, which was delicious.
The other dish was Bragioli, a Maltese specialty consisting of minced beef wrapped in a thin steak and covered with a rich tomato (almost barbecue) sauce.
It's translated as Beef Rolls.
Add a half-bottle of wine and the total was about €33, not a bad deal in this family-run operation.