I do not usually pay attenetion to the restaurants in very touristic areas, maybe the concept that these places are for foreigners and their menu only has a hodgepodge of things, that any nationality can eat. Well, this inn is not anything like that, although it is in a place that is one of the most visited of Antequera and tourists of all nationalities. In addition to the extensive menu, you can dine in the summer and have lunch at any time of year on the terrace, on the Roman Baths in Antequera and against Real Collegiate Church of Santa María (Plaza de Santa Maria)
This establishment is situated in the center of Antequera. It is open every day and you can have a meal at whatever time you want. Try the fried fish, steak, hamburgers, pepperoni sausage, pâté, poultry, shrimp roll and of course the typical club antequerana in 3 versions.
It is a typical restaurant with a touch of contemporary ideas in their dishes, both in the preparation and presentation. It has a comfortable main lounge and conservatory, and there is also another, and reserved type. The price is about 30 € per person. The food was good but, service, left a little to be desired, very slow while the restaurant was practically empty.
Restaurante El Caserio de San Benito, Antequera-Málaga. After 3 days of hiking in the Benalmadena and Malaga Mountains, we made the route back to Seville by Chorro Gorge and the Swamp of the Guadalhorce, for lunch at El Caserio de San Benito, close to Antequera, and allowed us to renew the strength to return to Seville. This restaurant is perfect to try the specialties of traditional Andalusian cuisine of Antequera area and its region, surrounded by olive trees near the N-331, at the entrance to Alameda and Tempranillo Route. It has a unique decor in the dining room, which highlights its fireplace and under-table braziers in winter, and one can dine very well and top professionals serve you with a good value for money. Next to the restaurant, there is a museum of art and popular 20th century, with free admission and serves very well, after excellent homemade food. The rice dishes with rabbit, the club porridge and desserts were the highlights. No doubt the visit must be repeated!
The restaurant El Faro (Antequera) has a new kitchen around the stove that has fires. It offers a selection of regional dishes of traditional cuisine. It is a perfect place to try the varied cuisine of the area . It is suitable for all kinds of celebrations, weddings, communions, baptisms and meetings with a business menu. It is inexpensive and has a playground.
It is the hotel's restaurant, recommended for its menu which has a good value. Prominent among the dishes, tuna with pepper, pork tenderloin, Iberian pork with goat cheese and apple and natural artichokes grilled with Iberico ham. They also have a menu.
"REEDS TWENTY" is a tavern in the heart of the town of Antequera., In the Plaza de las Descalzas, close to the Convent of the Barefoot Museum. The establishment is big and decorated as a traditional inn, using barrels as tables. The menu offers seafood from Punta Umbria, which can be seen in columns slates with all dishes rations such as: prawns. clams, oysters, mussels, cuttlefish, etc ... yet featuring traditional dishes and tables, such as meat with garlic, corns, snails or cheese boards or Iberian ham. The environment is nice and the prices are average.
The Coso San Francisco restaurant is by the Hospederia in a typical 17th century building of Antequera. The restaurant has the old, traditional recipes of this area, based on the seasonality of products and recipes of grandmothers.
If you want somewhere with homemade food and a varied menu of rations, with over 75 dishes, you'll like this restaurant in the heart of Antequera, close to the Plaza de Santiago where there is the church of Santiago.
Cycling fans, mountaineering, hiking and all nature lovers will find it the perfect place to stop and rest. It has parking and a terrace from which to enjoy the lovely views from the hill. The meals are homemade and Andalusian, being the house specialty beef tenderloin and the Andalusian.