Restaurants

Tapas in Málaga

Uvedoble Taberna

A newish tapas bar that draws on old traditions, this is a boisterous, crowded place that evokes the tiled taverns of yore – but you’re more likely to see modern art than dog-eared bullfighting posters on its walls.…
Tapas in Málaga

Tapeo de Cervantes

The original Cervantes bar-restaurant (there are now four) is a little more boisterous and crowded than the Mesón around the corner, although the menu is almost identical – ie the best in the city.
Tapas in Málaga

Gorki

A more modern open tapas bar with pavement perches 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…
Tapas in Málaga

Pepa y Pepe

Come to snug P&P just to watch the hard-working wait staff run athletically around the tables like skilled prizefighters. It’s almost balletic. Adding to the attraction are the generous €1.30 tapas, surely one o…
Tapas in Málaga

Nuevo y Sur

The delicate range of 'street tapas' with various international influences are as well executed as the whimsical murals at this candlelit cocoon on the cusp of the city centre. Try the Indian-style poppadams with a …
Tapas in Málaga

El Piyayo

Named for a local flamenco singer, this tiled bar and restaurant is famed for its pescaitos fritos (fried fish) and typical local tapas, including wedges of crumbly Manchego cheese, the ideal accompaniment to a glas…