Established more than 75 years ago, this local café and churreria now has two branches in Málaga. Be it the local atmosphere, the great churros or the charismatic waiters, Casa Aranda sure is a well-loved place for many Malagueños.
Go in the morning to wake up with a typical Spanish breakfast while the Boquerones discuss the latest news, or blend in with local families around 17:30, when grandparents and children enjoy their merienda.
Not sure how to get a typical Málaga breakfast? Most local places don’t have a menu except for some words scribbled on a sign outside, but our Useful Spanish words list is there to help you, as well as our post on ordering coffee in Málaga.
Want to try something different? There are many other nice churrerias surrounding the Málaga market, especially in the so-called Churro Street.
Herrería del Rey, 3, 29005 Málaga
Calle Santos, s/n, 29005 Málaga and Calle Horno, s/n, 29005 Málaga (two entrances)
Mon – Sun 08:00 – 13:00, 17:00 – 21:00