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Restaurante Amador

Restaurante Amador

On the northwestern city limits of Malaga, Villa Guadalupe is real honeymoon hotel material, as is its flagship panoramic Restaurante Amador. Named after chef Amador Fernández, it provides a memorable meal to match the setting... Read More

Parador de Málaga Gibralfaro

Parador de Málaga Gibralfaro

You’ll find no finer location than this, by the battlements of Gibralfaro Castle, with a jaw-dropping panoramic view of the blue sea beyond. This being the restaurant of an upscale parador (a luxury hotel in a historic... Read More

Manducare

Manducare

Tucked just in from the port, Manducare strikes the right balance between traditional and contemporary, and offers mains such as Malaga-style roast suckling goat (€22) and blue fin tuna (€21) to a discerning, international... Read More

Café de Paris

Café de Paris

There is no bigger name on Malaga’s gastronomic scene than José Carlos García, and this is his original, Michelin-starred establishment. Starting out with his father, who opened this then grill restaurant in 1979, and his wife... Read More

Vino Mio

Vino Mio

Dutch expat Hélène Mostertman opened this funkier sister spot by the Teatro de Cervantes after making a success of her original venture off Plaza de la Merced. Laying on a flamenco show every evening and a Sunday brunch, Vino... Read More

El Trillo

El Trillo

Now part of a group with four downtown venues under its umbrella, El Trillo remains one of the classic places in town to sample upscale Andalusian cuisine. Having found a table in the smart but lived-in interior or outside, overlooking... Read More

El Tapeo de Cervantes

El Tapeo de Cervantes

The most popular tapas bar in town, and justifiably so, El Tapeo de Cervantes is a million miles away from any street-corner spot purveying microwaved meatballs. Opened in 2009 near the Teatro de Cervantes, hence the name, this tiny... Read More

Restaurante ALEA

Restaurante ALEA

A converted 18th-century mill provides the setting – or rather several settings, given the layout of restaurant, tapería, wine cellar and bar – for a thoroughly decent meal close to the Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga in the city... Read More

El Refectorium del Campanario

El Refectorium del Campanario

Given the quality of food, prices at out-of-town El Refectorium should be far higher. Opened by Francisco Ramírez in 1972 and now run by his sons Belén and Sergio, this impressive establishment still places emphasis on carefully... Read More

Óleo Restaurante

Óleo Restaurante

The menu at this much talked-about Japanese-Basque-Med eaterie at the Centre of Contemporary Art was conceived by equally talked about chefs Sergio del Rio and Rui Junior. It was a brave move to combine a sushi restaurant with a... Read More

Marisquería el Kaoba

Marisquería el Kaoba

In business since 1978, this friendly seafood and fish establishment out at El Palo, east of Malaga city centre, has recently become extremely popular with expat and local alike. Prawns come in a variety of styles – Malaga-style,... Read More

La Ménsuela

La Ménsuela

Now with two establishments in town, this reliably mid-range Andalusian standard includes favourites such as cod in pil-pil sauce, garlic langoustines and large lamb meatballs on its extensive tapas menu, along with monkfish, dorade and... Read More

Limonar 40

Limonar 40

The setting could not be more romantic, a late 19th-century villa with a summer terrace, but the many returning diners wouldn’t bother with the taxi journey if it wasn’t for the work of chef José Antonio Moyano Soler. It’s his... Read More

Gorki

Gorki

Recently celebrating its 20th anniversary, this groundbreaking, contemporary tapas bar/restaurant offers stand-out dishes – veal meatballs, duck liver, Cantabrian anchovies – that can be shared or ordered in small and larger... Read More

El Chinitas

El Chinitas

Regulars flock to this simple but trustworthy downtown restaurant for a regularly changing selection of fish (Malaga fried platter, red mullet) and meat (chops, steak) in the €15 range. Gazpacho is a preferred starter, or onion soup... Read More

Tintero II

Tintero II

This is the classic spot in beachside El Palo, a short taxi ride or seaside stroll east of Malaga city centre. A menu exists but it’s ignored – here waiters weave between busy dining tables, bearing platters groaning with grilled... Read More

Mesón Cortijo de Pepe

Mesón Cortijo de Pepe

Conveniently located close to La Casa Natal de Picasso, this authentic part-tapas bar, part-restaurant allows you to sample equally authentic Andalusian cuisine. In business since 1971, the Cortijo de Pepe offers two menus, one for the... Read More

Lo Güeno

Lo Güeno

If you think you’ve sampled all the tapas there is to sample – think again. Approaching its 50th anniversary, traditional Lo Güeno can provide the weary diner with 75 varieties, served in its original cabin of a bar with the... Read More

El Balneario

El Balneario

Out towards El Pedregalejo at the run-down Baños de Carmén where Malága CF first played their football, this former atmospheric beach bar has smartened up its act and is now more of a full-blown restaurant. You can still spend the... Read More

Antigua Casa de Guardia

Antigua Casa de Guardia

Founded by Don José de la Guardia in 1840, this marvellous wood-and-sawdust wine bar in Malaga city centre has barely changed since. House Moscatel and Pedro Ximen are served from large barrels behind the bar, along with classic tapas.... Read More


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