Tagged: gluten-free

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Mesón de Cervantes

A Malaga institution. Mesón de Cervantes has been serving the city for a number of years now and continues to go from strength to strength, opening a third sell-out restaurant in the centre. Run by an Argentinian family, the menu is geared towards sharing and this is what we strongly recommend. In fact, there is...

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La Tetería

The Middle East never feels far away in Málaga. Besides the Hammam and the Alcazaba, you can also endulge in the Arabic atmosphere at one of the many teterías. These tearooms typically serve a wide range of teas and Arabic sweets in a traditional setting, with plentiful lanterns, cushions and tapestries. La Tetería lies in the heart of...

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Bio-shop El Cambio

Bio-lover or not, El Cambio is worth a visit. The bio-shop has two branches: a supermarket in Calle Carreteria, and a smaller shop in the city centre. The big shop in Carreteria has a huge food department with products for a vegan, gluten-free, lactose-free or raw food diet, but it also does cosmetics and household products....

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Monte Culebra

Hot diggity dog! First there were burgers (check out La Calle or TGB), now hot dogs are taking over Málaga. Not just any factory sausage slapped between a sloppy bun. No no, Monte Culebra takes this classic to a whole new level of foodie goodness. Roll up your sleeves and dig into a hot dog...

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Mia Coffee shop

Whether it is good vibes or coffee you are looking for, Mia Coffee has both. The small coffee shop has loads of playful slogans on the walls, but also serves outstanding coffee. The pastries and gluten-free cakes form a nice addition to the menu. Enjoy your coffee at one of the bar stools inside or...

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Julia Bakery

This bakery-and-café-in-one has take away as well as eat in, so you can not only enjoy its bread and cakes at home, but also with a coffee at the large wooden tables. The owners of Julia Bakery are passionate about baking, and will kindly explain you everything you want to know about their artisan baked...