An authentic Argentinian place beside the sea. I ordered some marinated clams and fried cheese which was well worth the price. It was my birthday and, at midnight, the tango music stopped and they started singing SURPRISE ... Happy Birthday! They brought a cake with a candle for free as it was my birthday. It was so kind of them. This beach front restaurant leases a section of the beach, where they lay their hammocks and parasols and serve food, drinks etc all day long. It has very nice location on the beach near the center of the promenade. I can't remember the name of the steak dish that I had and I do not remember if you have to choose sides separately, though my partner and I chose the spinach baked potato with cheese. It was great fun.
An excellent restaurant with very fresh fish. Try the delicious clams and scallops - so well prepared! I also had the fried eggplant with honey. This restaurant backs onto two streets - Marques de Larios and Duchess of Arcos. The menu offers good steaks for those who don't want fish, as well as delicious anchovies, scallops and clams. The desserts are homemade, though we wanted the ice cream. Ah! I almost forgot the warm bread that they serve in abundance. I really liked the decor, with many little details. There were various pictures of Nadal, so they must be tennis fans too.
They sell the famous Manilva muscatel, raisins, fresh grapes that are huge and very good, homemade vinegar, wines from their land after the September harvest, figs, pinch cake, fried cakes, toast, candied nuts and traditional muscadine grapes, which can be enjoyed on brandy and raisins. "Fruits Pascual and Sons" is a manilveño classic and is a must if you want raisins, wine, sweet wine, muscat, etc. Watch out because it is on a sharp bend and take care when parking. It is a long-established site where tourists and manilveños mix equally. It also has delicious fruits, cheeses, nuts and in the background jars and bottles of Manilva wine, sweet, evocative and perfect for drinking cold as dessert or for cooking meat. There are also boats and glass jars with grapes and raisins in brandy. We couldn't resist the temptation and bought a 1/4 of hard cheese, a bag of raisins, a bag of almonds and a small bottle of wine for 16 euros. The vines and vineyards are at the edge of the road between Estepona and San Luis de Sabinillas. A treat for the eyes and the palate.
Terrific place to eat seafood and fried fish, it is picturesque with a boat where they display seafood and a tank with crayfish, lobster, etc. During the heat of July we wanted a cool drink we had a good sangria, gazpachito, crab cakes (who knew how good they were), calamari, fried anchovies and puntillitas with warm bread. They have an extensive menu with fish that I did not know of, good paella and for dessert chocolate mousse, fancy ice cream and truffles. The servers were friendly, they had recommendations of options available that day and were able to answer questions about the menu. They spoke highly of the place, and rightly so, plus it was really close to our hotel, Duchess suites. It has good attention to detail, good tablecloths, plates and cutlery were changed for each course and I liked the wooden entry doors with carved dolphins. If you decide to go you won't be disappointed.
This is a cheap and quick place to eat in the Duchess harbour. Huge and tasty breakfasts, kebab, tapas ... etc. In front of the Tourist Office of Manilva is the port parking. A place to remember if you are in Duchess harbour. Everything is geared to European tourists, French, English, German .. etc. In fact it is normal to find places where they do not speak any Spanish. Restaurants from all over the world; Chinese, Japanese, Asian, Indian ... an offer for such tourists. Of course you can always find places like this.
This is a very good bakery, with many varieties of warm bread, German bread, German rye, multigrain, 6-grain bread, no salt, custom bread, raisin bread, poppyseed bread, pumpkin seed, garlic bread, onion ..... etc. Great for a good cheap breakfast with different breads, or some sandwiches for the beach. The smell of that fresh bread is enticing, and has a very good price. It's on the street behind the promenade near Hotel Don Agustín, and offers rich homemade cakes, biscuits, cold drinks in can or bottle rather than spend the price of a bar here it's almost like in the supermarket.
Good, cheap food by the sea. Fast Service with warm bread close to everything. Meat, fried fish, gazpachito, good sangria, the restaurant is on Duchess of Arcos Street. Enter and pass through its halls and bar with billiards, simple clean environment and the staff are very friendly.
Centrally located in the village of Manilva, this place overlooks the old town hall. The owner Urieta Pedro Luque has located his bar in a great place, in the mountains on the way to Manilva village. I had a great time at this bar. I asked for some water and they gave me some chilled mineral water for free because it was so hot, how kind. The area is wonderful, with winding little streets all around.
The restaurant Macues (Manilva) has an extensive menu with over 70 dishes ranging from traditional cuisine such as gazpacho and onion soup, to modern international cuisine such as shrimp and Chateubrian. The Mournay specialty is the salt fish, turbot, duck a l'orange and salmon rolls stuffed with crab. It has a heated terrace, an indoor lounge area where you can smoke and great service.
La Nonna is an excellent restaurant in the central part of Malaga with good prices and very attentive service. Locals mostly recommend the duck foie gras with grapes, sesitos of the Roman lamb, rice with lobster and monkfish, fish soup and a Basque salad with hearts of palm, avocado, lettuce and endives.