Malago is one of those beautiful pockets in the culinary universe just bursting with cuisine distinct to their culture! Look forward to a wide variety of fish entrees, be it Pecadito Frito, a variety of fried fish including mullet and sardines, or marinated fish -such as tuna, hake, and seafood. Hablas a la Rodena (Ronda broad beans), sausages, and potato based soups are also excellent choices of local fare.
Popular Restaurants in Malaga:
is a trendy warehouse-style restaurant that offers menu creations (by Chef Marco A. Olivares) to match its clientele. Upscale, creative, fresh, these are perfect words to describe this superb eatery with its fresh and ecelectic Latin fusion cuisine. Clandestino has a more French bistro-type feel – just without the cost – with a wonderful relaxed atmosphere. Clandestino caters to the younger crowd a bit, but is still a great place for the family or couples of any age for lunch or dinner. They offer a good selection of vegetarian dishes is headed by silky felafel patties on a salad dressed with alfalfa sprouts and a dill yogurt vinaigrette. Main courses are moderately priced, from $13 - $25. Major credits cards -Mastercard, Discover, and Visa- are accepted. Hours open are daily for lunch and dinner from 1pm to1am, and this restaurant is located at Calle Nino de Guevara, 3, Málaga. Reservations for Clandestino are highly recommended, and you can call them at +34 95 221 9390, or visit http://restauranteclandestinomalaga.u-city.org/
Located in the heart of Málaga, Meson El Chinitas is one of the city's institutions of local cuisine, offering a rather large and constantly changing menu that normally includes items such as a mixed fish fry, grilled red mullet, shrimp cocktail, grilled sirloin, or shellfish soup. Tapas and drinks, however, still top the list of favorites. Local clientele love this spot, which is always a good sign. Fast, friendly service and an attentive bar staff top off the list of positives here. Entrees are moderately priced, with main courses from $16-$29, and the fixed-price menu at $62. Discover, Mastercard, and Visa are accepted. Their hours are daily from 1pm to 4pm and 8pm to midnight. El Chinitas is located at Moreno Monroy 4, Málaga. Reservations are recommended, and you can call them at +34 95 221 0972.
There are reasons why La Malagueta neighbourhood is considered 'posh', and here's one of them. Just as it name implies, Café de París
is politely refined, upmarket, and very, well, Parisian. But, none of it's an act. With a Michelin-starred Spanish chef, this is where you come with your rich friends to enjoy fried lobster and hope they pick up the bill. Café de París, one of Málaga's most 'posh' restaurants, is located in La Malagueta, the district surrounding the Plaza de Toros (bullring). Experienced restaurant owner José García Cortés' son, Michelin-starred Spanish chef, José Carlos García, is the executive chef whose cuisine has been adapted from classic French dishes and is sure to please the most finicky of palates. On the sophisticated gourmet menu you'll find creative dishes such as crepes gratinées filled with baby eels, local whitefish baked in a salt crust, lobster, and Stroganoff, made with ox meat, which has a bit of a Spanish twist. The use of the best fresh local ingredients; the finest wait staff ready to provide personal, tailored service; a superb wine list; all at a surprisingly affordable price make this a 'not to miss' restaurant in Málaga. Hours open are Tuesday to Saturday from 01:30 PM to 03:30 PM, and Tuesday to Saturday from 08:30 PM to 11:00 PM. They are closed on Sundays, and for the first 15 days of July. Prices for main courses range from $29-$42, and the menú del día is around $64. American Express, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover cards are accepted. Cafe de Paris is located at Calle Velez-Málaga 8. Reservations are required, and you can call them at 952 22 50 43, or visit http://www.rcafedeparis.com/
Since opening in the mid-1990s, Adolfo has been one of the most reliable and most loved restaurants in Málaga. Located along the ocean-bordering Paseo Marítimo, the interior decor is regional, with hardwood floors and exposed brick walls, and the menu is traditional Andalusian. The big favorite here, often ordered on special occasions, is the roast suckling pig flavored with garden herbs. Other delicious choices are hake in a green sauce, duck glazed with a sweet wine, stewed anglerfish with prawns and wild mushrooms, and roast baby kid in a rosemary-flavored honey sauce. The excellent wine list includes Andalusian vintages direct from the local vineyards. Prices for main courses are from $14 to $38, and the fixed-price menu is around $72. American Express, Visa, Discover, and Mastercard are accepted. Hours open are Monday through Saturday, from 1:30pm to 4pm, and from 8:30pm to 11pm. They are closed on Sundaus, and in June. This restaurant is located at Paseo Marítimo Pablo Ruiz Picasso 12, Malaga. Reservations are recommended, and you can call them at +34 95 260 1914.