The more I try the more hooked I am to La Catedral del pescaíto, their fried anchovies and Victoria beer (served at perfect temperature). Right in the center of Malaga, at the end of Calle Larios, is this great place to taste good
On the main street in Marbella center is an ideal place to sip a cold beer accompanied by fried fish, shellfish or something else from the varied tapas menu. The place is not very big but has a terrace, with barrels for tables.
The main things are hot and cold snacks. You choose the cold ones by going to the bar and the waiters carry the hot ones to every table. You keep the small sticks and at when you finish, they're counted and you pay.
Prices depend on
A local place, small and cozy, with good wine and tapas. All of the tapas are well designed, orginal, and delicious, though there isn't much variety. 4 cold tapas and about 8 hot dishes and exquisite fajitas. Small selection but great
This is a great place in the centre of Malaga, which, from the outside, gives you no hint of what you'll find inside. They specialize in tapas and a variety of Andalusian cuisine with great presentation and the best value for money.
One of the places you should not miss in your gastronomic tour of Marbella, is the Taberna Casa Curro. It has a great atmosphere, the tradition Andalusian cuisine is delicious, and the products use to make the food are top quality.
It was 28 degrees in November, so as we strolled through this park, we decided to stop for refreshments at this kiosk/bar. There are tables and stools outside where you can see all the flora of the park, sunbathe and enjoy the amazing
When you're lucky enough to enjoy a sunny winter, one of the best things to do to take advantage of it is sitting and having a drink while reading the newspapers at the kiosk in Marbella's Parque de la Constitucion. It couldn't be
When you're visiting the historical centre of Malaga, it's worth stopping here to enjoy some delicious tapas. The specialties are snails, in a variety of different preparations. They also offer a lot of traditional local dishes, and
Any native of Malaga can't help but feel pride when they see the remains of the mythical Coracha. The interior of this peculiar site is more like a museum than a snack bar, with a courtyard with fountains. The staff are friendly and
Totally recommendable. It offers a varied menu and a rustic decor with a modern mix. It had phenomenal service. We tested the clams and a shrimp kebab that was great. I´m sure to return as there is a lot to try and taste.
After the El Borge village tour, we were looking for a spot to eat an appetizer in Constitution Square, where the city council and Church are located. Right near them we saw a bar with tables on the square, some in the shade of trees.
This is the perfect beer, with a lot of variety and always chilly. The rations and tapas are large and of good quality. The black noodles are delicious, the toast is delicious, so is the shrimp tortilla, the "frituras", etc. It's all
While walking around Colmenar looking for somewhere to have an appetizer that had a terrace outside to smoke, we found The Los Pepes Bar & Restaurant. It's located near the entrance of the village on the road crossing called Malaga