Restaurants

Top Choice Fusion in Málaga

Óleo

Located at the city's contemporary art museum with white-on-white minimalist decor, Óleo provides diners with the unusual choice of Mediterranean or Asian food with some subtle combinations such as duck breast with …
Top Choice Tapas in Málaga

El Mesón de Cervantes

Cervantes started as a humble tapas bar run by expat Argentinian Gabriel Spatz (the original bar is still operating around the corner), but has expanded into plush spacious digs with an open kitchen, fantastic famil…
Seafood in Málaga

El Balneario de los Baños del Carmen

A wonderful place to sit outside on a warm balmy evening and share a plate of prawns or grilled sardines, along with some long, cold beverages. It was built in 1918 to cater to Málaga's bourgeoisie and is rekindling…
Tapas in Málaga

Tapeo de Cervantes

This place has caught on big time which, given its squeeze-in space, can mean a wait. Choose from traditional or more innovative tapas and raciones with delicious combinations and stylish presentation. Think polenta…
Moroccan in Málaga

Al Yamal

In the heart of the buzzing Soho barrio (district), this family-run restaurant serves delicious authentic Moroccan cuisine, including tagines, couscous, hummus and kefta (meatballs). The dining room has just six tab…
Breakfast in Málaga

Noviembre

With its purposefully aged wood, mismatched furniture, and bearded young men who somehow make facial hair look trendy, Noviembre has the word 'hipster' written all over it. No matter, the excellent breakfast choices…
Cafe in Málaga

Casa Aranda

Casa Aranda is in a narrow alleyway next to the market and, since 1932, has been the place in town to enjoy chocolate and churros (tubular-shaped doughnuts). The cafe has taken over the whole street with several out…
Cafe in Málaga

Café Lepanto

Old-fashioned pastry shop and cafe on pedestrianised Calle Marqués de Larios with bow-toed waiters and fancy glass display cases. As Málaga’s poshest confitería (sweet shop), Lepanto serves up a whole host of delica…
Tapas in Málaga

Gorki

A popular upmarket tapas bar with pavement tables and an interior full of wine-barrel tables and stools, Gorki serves tangy cheeses and an extensive list of Spanish wines. Try the belly-warming alubias con cordoniz …
Andalucian in Málaga

Restaurante Garum

Despite its location next to the ancient Roman ampitheatre, Garum specialises in refreshing new-age food, dousing Málaga's signature seafood in some rich and inventive sauces, marinades and side dishes. Get your tun…