This is one of the best places to verify that in Andalucia they also know how to make a good paella. Among their specialities are the "fritura ... More
This is one of the best places to verify that in Andalucia they also know how to make a good paella. Among their specialities are the "fritura malaguena", a mixture of fried anchovies, calamaries, hake, whitebait, etc. cooked perfectly. The decor is simple and traditional. Try the sangria or opt for a Barbadillo de Sanlucar de Barameda, the best thing to accompany seafood. The prices are very reasonable.
A noisy restaurant with a sense of humour, the poster at the door discourages tourists with a sign reading 'Hemingway
never ate here'. You can hear the music from out in the street, and inside, it's full of groups ...
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 ...
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 ...