Art at The Premises
One of Caffe Cordina’s defining features is its beautiful fine art collection. Guests are sounded by striking and one-of-a-kind pieces of art displayed on the Caffe’s walls and ceilings. Over the years, the Cordina family has constantly restored the existing artworks to ensure their upkeep.
Caffe Cordina’s open-air seating is on Republic Square, where guests are immersed in history. The square was originally called Piazza dei Cavalieri, after the Knights of St John who built Valletta in the 16th century. Now, it is also known as Pjazza Reġina – or Queen’s Square – because of the statue of Queen Victoria that was installed in the 1800s.