Easting out at the best restaurants in Malaga
Everyone knows the Spanish love their food almost as much as they love siesta and sangria. Now if you are going to Malaga for holidays then we figure that the siesta and sangria part you’ve got pretty well covered but what about the food. With this guide to restaurants in Malaga we will help you complete the treble so that you can enjoy eating like a local whether it be fine dining or going for tapas.
El Tintero-Waiters, arms piled high with plates of fresh cooked seafood, shout out over the noise of the restaurant what they are carrying. If you like the look of what the waiter is carrying, order it. Loud, chaotic and a lot of fun and the best thing of all about this restaurant in Malaga is it is right on the beach. Where: Playa del Dedo, Malaga. Price: 15€-20€
Tapeo de Cervantes- Touted as being the best restaurant in Malaga, Tapeo de Cevantes serves a mix of traditional and contemporary tapas. The friendly staff and welcoming atmosphere will keep you coming back to try the black pudding topped with fried quail eggs or the tortilla with cod and seaweed plus many more delicious tapas. Where: Calle Carcer, 8. Malaga. Price: 14€-25€
El Trillo- Galician Beef, Segovian Lamb, Fresh caught local seafood and a great selection of cheese and wines will keep even the fussiest of diners happy. This restaurant in Malaga with rustic Spanish décor and welcoming atmosphere can be found in the heart of the old city. Where: Calle de Don Jaun Diaz, 4. Malaga. Price: 30€-40€
Restaurante Manducare- Traditional and contemporary Andalusian dishes made from fresh produce reign at this restaurant in Malaga. Very close to the Port with large windows overlooking the street and an attractively decorated interior make for an enjoyable dining experience. Steak Tartare with Dijon Mustard, Rice with Lobster and Gazpacho are just some of the fantastic dishes on offer. Where: Avda. Manuel Agustin de Heredia, 2-4. Malaga. Price: 30€-40€.
Pepa y Pepe- Plates piled high with good quality tapas at a reasonable price are what this restaurant in Malaga is best known for. Top this off with great service and a great atmosphere and you have a fantastic place to go for tapas. Try the pescado frito, ensaladilla rusa and the pipirrana. Where: Calle Luis de Velazquez, 2. Malaga. Price: 20€-25€.
Now you have discovered some of the best restaurants in Malaga all that is left to do is discover the rest of Malaga or alternatively have a siesta. Your choice.
James – Marketing Team