Tagged: lunch

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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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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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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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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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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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Las Merchanas

You can’t get much more Málaga than this! With wall-to-wall Semana Santa photos, statues, posters and sculptures, there is certainly no escaping the fact that you’re in Spain. Always packed full with locals, you will struggle to find a seat unless you go at ‘guiri’ time (before 8pm). A great place to share ‘raciones’ with friends...

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La Peregrina Centro

“I want to mingle with the locals.” “I’d like a lunch for less than 10 euros.” “I want to eat some typically local food.” Look no further – La Peregrina fits your needs. This restaurant has three branches, one of them located in the centre of Málaga right off Plaza de la Merced. Bar stools...

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Desal

If you put a sign outside saying that your carrot cake is “espectacular”, then the bar is set high. Everest high. Good thing that the ladies of Desal know what they are doing. Having tested both their carrot cake AND chocolate cake (no half measures here) we can confirm that they are indeed ridiculously good,...

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Santa Canela

“Why have chairs and tables indoors if you live in Málaga?”, the founders of Santa Canela must have thought. They converted the small indoor space into a showcase for their cakes, and turned the big terrace into a seating area. The heaters and blankets keep you warm on even the coldest winter day (which –...

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Café Central

Coffee bar Café Central at the Plaza de la Constitución is one of those famous long established cafeterías. It has been around since 1930 and quickly gained fame, and in the 50s it was a place packed with talent when painters, writers and singers would meet up here to discuss everyday Spanish life as well as their...