Tagged: traditional

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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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Heladería Cremade

For those craving something sweet after a walk by the sea in Pedregalejo, Heladería Cremade will have you covered. Boasting more than 25 different ice cream flavours to choose from as well as sundaes, iced juices and other desserts, Cremade has been in business since 1970, with the shop now on its third generation of...

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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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Bodega El Patio

Despite being located on the touristy Calle Granada, El Patio is a good option for simple Spanish food, especially paella. Paella, normally served only to large groups or at special times, is available all day, any day here and are of excellent quality – quite possibly the only city centre restaurant to offer this. Wash...

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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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Malaga Carnival

At the end of January, Malaga gears itself up for the first festival of the year: the annual Carnival week. This extravagant celebration of Spanish life and culture is held the week before Lent, with many carnival enthusiastics preparing for months as to triumph in one of the competitions. Official events and competitions… Led by...