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Avotaco’s great value deals have got us craving Mexican food big time

May 26 2021 Share

Ever since Avotaco graced the streets of Malta with their tasty Mexican dishes, the island’s tastebuds have never been the same, and their new menu deals highlight how much they truly value their community.

During times of economic hardship for many, the eatery shifted their focus onto suiting the needs and conditions of their diners and introduced two massive new products: the Lite Menu & the Meal Deal.

Available for take out, dine-in and delivery,  the Lite Menu offers great value & fantastic taste in the form of the Burrito Lite and Quesadilla Lite. Not only are they quick and budget-friendly, but bring the same mouth-watering Avotaco flavour in either beef, chicken, veggie or vegan form, while remaining a bang for your buck for under a tenner.

 

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To make things even better, the meal deal provides the opportunity for diners to upgrade to a meal by adding a side of nachos or fries and a drink at just an additional €3.75, bringing Avotaco’s same monumental flavour for a great price.

You can visit the hombres and dine in at their outlets in Mrieħel or Ta’ Xbiex, or else by take-away or delivery via Bolt Food, Wolt or on their website: https://order.eatavotaco.com/ 

Here’s what went down the last time we visited Avotaco, in all of its Mexican glory:

Food Guide: Avotaco.

For our latest episode of Food Guide by Malta Daily, we joined our favourite trio Bobbie, Dylan and Dalton for lunch at Avotaco in Mrieħel. 🇲🇽Nachos, Avocado Fries, Quesadillas and more, try watching this video without getting hungry! 🌯#MaltaDaily #AD

Posted by Malta Daily on Tuesday, 18 May 2021

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Love Island set for June 2021 as construction begins

Following fears due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fans of Love Island were in doubt as to whether the series would make a return in 2021.
May 26 2021 Share

Following fears due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fans of Love Island were in doubt as to whether the series would make a return in 2021. However it seems as though lovers of the reality show will be getting their favourite series back for another run in 2021. At first, speculation arose that the stars would settle for a staycation in England rather than abroad, but ITV has given the green light for filming to happen in the iconic villa.

Photos of builders setting to work have emerged, accompanied by long lists of rules printed on boards across the construction site as COVID-19 still remains a very real issue. June is also planned to be the month when the series kicks off, so fans will not have to wait as long.

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Over 35,000 non-Maltese people vaccinated in Malta

Over 35,000 non-Maltese people vaccinated in Malta
May 26 2021 Share

Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne confirmed on Tuesday that over 35000 non-Maltese people have received their jab in Malta and contributed to Malta’s successful rollout and herd immunity achievement. The statistic was revealed whilst responding to parliamentary questions posed by PN MP Ivan Bartolo.

Fearne revealed the exact total as being 35,627 non-Maltese people having received at least their first dose so far. Non-Maltese people are eligible to receive their jab only if they hold a residence permit or are in the process of acquiring one. 42% of the entire population is fully vaccinated so far as the rollout continues.

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7 COVID-19 cases registered with 6 recoveries

7 COVID-19 cases registered with 6 recoveries
May 26 2021 Share

Malta has registered 7 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 2,080 swab tests, while 6 patients have recovered. 1 death was registered in the past 24 hours. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Wednesday 26th May 2021, 490,524 vaccine doses were administered of which 310,403 were 1st doses. 189,055 people are currently fully vaccinated.

To date, Malta has registered 30,516 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 30,028 have recovered, 419 died and 69 are still active.

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