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El Corte Inglés

The bright green letters of the massive El Corte Inglés building are hard to miss when visiting Malaga. Founded in Madrid in 1934, the El Corte Inglés’ shops are the biggest department store group in Europe and the only remaining Spanish department store chain. Known for its wide variety of choice, it is the ideal location...

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Pollos San Juan

Since 1963, Pollos San Juan fills the street surrounding the Atarazanas market with the smell of roasted chicken. It is no surprise that the chicken menu, with a quarter, half or a whole chicken served with chips and a sauce, have been a number 1 bestseller since its opening in 1963. This asador also has a wide...

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La Machina

Whether you fancy a bite to eat, a cocktail or simply a quick coffee, La Machina is one of the best spots in Pedregalejo to chill out and enjoy the atmosphere and ambience of the area. An extensive menu offers everything from international tapas and salads to burgers and sandwiches. Breakfast and afternoon snacks are...

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Mafalda

For a simple but delicious lunch in Pedregalejo, Mafalda is a good option. Located around half-way down the seafront, Mafalda has all outdoor seating with views of the sea, perfect for lapping up the rays on a sunny day. The restaurant is self-service, so you must go up to look at a menu before ordering....

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Café Berlin

This little German-run café provides a surprising tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Located right in front of the Revello de Toro museum, and just a stone’s throw from the Museum of Malaga and the cathedral, this bar is the perfect stop-off point for a coffee and a slice of...

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Napolitan BBQ

If you like burgers and you like them big, Napolitan BBQ has to be your default option. The vast menu incorporates numerous gourmet options (serrano ham, fried mozzarella, fried aubergines…) as well as your standard cheese or chicken burgers. Piles of meat stacked metres high (maybe a slight exaggeration, but not far off!) certainly won’t...

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Los Gatos

Located in the popular Plaza Uncibay, you might not spot it at first through the crowds of people either trying to squeeze in or filling the stools outside. One of the most popular restaurants in the city and for good reason: simple Spanish food done well, whether meat or fish. Given that it’s always so...

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El Farolito

For steak lovers, there is no better spot than Argentinean steakhouse El Farolito. With a cosy interior and a nice heated patio onto Calle Beatas, guests are made to feel welcome by a passionate team eager to find the best cut for you. Portions are generous and most come accompanied by a selection of succulent...

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Café de l’Abuela

Exploring the centre? Take a break at Café de l’Abuela, a cosy and inviting café located between the Cathedral and the Picasso Museum. With outdoor seating and a view of the Cathedral, it is no wonder that this local café is popular with many tourists looking to recharge their batteries while on a city tour. The menu...

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Recyclo Bike Café

This quirky café-meets-bike-shop is a big favourite in Málaga. Great for having a casual drink with friends on the terrace, but also popular because of its many vegetarian and vegan menu options. Its wacky interior, with bikes hanging down from the ceiling, is fun and inviting, which possibly explains why the place is often packed. By day,...