The best in a series of good fish restaurants that line El Chanquete beachfront. Try for a table on the huge terrace where you can get some sun while ... More
Tintero II (El)
The best in a series of good fish restaurants that line El Chanquete beachfront. Try for a table on the huge terrace where you can get some sun while you eat. There's no menu. The waiters just keep coming out from the kitchen with huge plates of fresh seafood and you have to get their attention when you see something you want from a varied selection of shrimp, squid, anchovies, sardine kebabs, cuttlefish, octopus and lots more. Most dishes cost the same, about (EUR 4.81). It's worth ordering the house sangría to drink with your meal. This place makes eating fun!
As of October 2004, the smaller dishes are now priced at �6, given the size of the portions not great value for the area and nothing like as friendly as nearby establishments. The quality was also disappointing. It's an experience but not one I would repeat.
To come to Málaga and not eat fresh anchovies is a mortal sin. This is not only because the dish
and the fish are symbolic of the city or because Málaga's citizens are nicknamed thus, but because they are ...