Destination MalagaDestination Malaga

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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

Malaga is a city with countless bars, restaurants with atmosphere and a rich choice of tapas venues.

La Posada de Antonio

The restaurant owned by film star Antonio Banderas, who was born here. Traditional Spanish cuisine with tapas and meat.
Address: Calle Grenada 33

La Ménsula

An attractive location at the centre of Malaga. An extensive menu: from monkfish and hake to lamb cutlets and oxtail.
Address: Calle Trinidad Grund 28

Café de Paris

Exclusive restaurant with a Michelin star. Traditional ingredients but prepared in a modern way. The owner and chef is the young José García, having studied at La Cónsula and regarded as one of Spain's top three chefs.
Address: Calle Vélez Málaga 8

El Caleño

Fried fish, paella, sardines and crustaceans, all with a sea-view and followed by a glass in the Cohiba bar next door. To get there you can take a taxi or a No. 11 bus to El Palo.
Address: Calle Cenacheros, 16

Restaurante El Chinitas

Spanish specialities in a Spanish environment. The name comes from the original Café theatre of El Chinitas which was regularly attended by, amongst others, the poet Federico García Lorca.
Address: Calle Moreno Monroy 4-6


There are many attractive teashops in Malaga in the Arab style, as well as churrerias. Churrerias are the place for fine churros, a real Spanish sweet speciality which you should not miss when visiting Malaga.


An authentic patisserie where you are served coffee, cake, tart, sweets and ice-cream. A pleasant, traditional atmosphere and a large terrace on the shopping street.
Address: Calle Marqués de Larios 7

Casa Mira

The locals say that Casa Mira sells Malaga's best ice-cream!
Address: Calle Marqués de Larios 5 and Calle Nueva 16

Casa Aranda

You can eat delicious Spanish churros at Casa Aranda. Here you can also see how churros are made.
Address: Calle Herrera del Rey

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