You have come to one of the most traditional places to try one of the most typical dishes of Málaga cuisine: sardines on the spit. Around half a ... More
You have come to one of the most traditional places to try one of the most typical dishes of Málaga cuisine: sardines on the spit. Around half a dozen sardines are pushed onto a skewer and wood grilled. The result? They are so delicious you will want to lick your fingers. You eat them with your hands - don't even think of using a fork; even the king eats them this way! They also have a good variety of other fish, always totally fresh, seafood of the day, and Málaga salad prepared with potatoes, oranges and small onions. The decor is unpretentious, and you get good value for your money.
El Cabra is one of the best kept secrets in Malaga. It is usually only locals who go there. Food is good at reasonable prices. The service is excellent, relaxed, friendly and effiecient enough to help the customer remember what Spain is all about. Sitting by the sea, goodfood & wine and sunshine. Entertainment is provided by buscars and peole watching.
This is one of the best places if you like meat, be it roasted, grilled, chargrilled, barbecued... Excellent choiced include
the chacinas al infierno, pork roasted in cooking wine and done to a turn, and the various types of ...
This is Spain's department store chain par excellence. They stock just about everything. The quality is second to none with
a wide range of prices. There are departments selling the latest fashion clothing from the best designer labels, toys, ...
The chefs at this restaurant believe they serve a very Spanish menu, and they are right. They are experts in
Castilian cuisine, offering mainly meat dishes, such as roast lamb and suckling pig. Their stew and lamb hock in ...