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Eating Out in Malaga, Spain

Malaga Eating Out

Whether you're looking for traditional Andalusian cuisine or something with a more international flavour, Malaga has something for you. A lot of restaurants can be found scattered throughout the city centre, as well as along Alcazabilla, and a little further afield along the beach at Pedregalejo.

Around the city centre, you'll find a large number of cafeterias. These establishments are a great choice for breakfast, where you'll find a great choice of hot or cold dishes, as well as coffees and pastries. One such restaurant is Anglada on Puerta del Mar.

If you're looking to go the traditional route, then Lo Gueno on C/ Marin Garcia is a good choice, as it serves everything from gazpacho (a cold, tomato soup) to tapas.

Vegetarians and vegans who visit the city are well catered for too, with the Restaurante Vegetariano de la Alcazabilla providing a particularly full and interesting menu.

Restaurants in Malaga

  • Café Calle de Bruselas

    Plaza de la Merced 16, Malaga, Spain

    Beside Picasso's birthplace, Café Calle de Bruseles serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast and lunch specials are available. Each day a varied tapas menu is offered, and ten different varieties to choose from are written up on a chalk board just outside the door each day. This restaurant offers a selection of salads, sandwiches, soups, coffees and teas. Prices are low and portions are generous.

    Open Sun-Thurs 9am-2am, Fri/Sat 9am-3am.

  • Café Central

    Plaza de la Constitucion 11, Malaga, Spain

    Lots of small tables inside and outside make Café Central a cosy place to eat, despite its busy atmosphere. One of Malaga's oldest coffee shops, it's pretty popular with visitors to the city due to its location right in the middle city centre. On the menu, you'll find soups, salads, pasta dishes, cakes and daily specials. There are also the cafés signature coffees, which are named in a unique way depending on how much coffee or milk is added.

    Open Mon-Sat 8am-12am, closed Sundays; WiFi available.

  • Restaurante Vegetariano de la Alcazabilla

    C/ Pozo del Rey 5, Malaga, Spain

    The Restaurante Vegetariano de la Alcazabilla is a great restaurant right in the heart of the city. It serves a wide range of vegetarian and vegan dishes that are so tasty they'll even tempt the die-hard carnivores. Portions are big and prices are low. There are daily lunch specials, and four different cheap, set-priced meals to choose from too. Homemade desserts are also on the menu. Inside this restaurant it's homely, and small with knick knacks spread throughout. The difference here is that the bright yellow walls are covered with messages people have scrawled there in many different languages.

    Open Mon-Sat 1pm-11pm, Sun 8pm-11pm.

  • Anglada

    Puerta del Mar 3-5, Malaga, Spain

    If you're looking for somewhere to go for breakfast, Anglada is a good choice. This is one of the many cafeterias scattered around Malaga, and it offers a selection of great value breakfast specials, including a continental breakfast. On the menu here you'll find coffees, juices, teas, baguettes, sandwiches, croissants and salads, as well as a selection of lunch and dinner dishes too. There are lots of tables inside and outside this bright restaurant that's centrally located, close to Alameda Principal.

    Open Mon-Sat 8.30am-10pm, Sun 9.30am-10pm.

  • Lo Gueno

    C/ Marin Garcia 9, Malaga, Spain

    The Lo Gueno restaurant serves a choice of many different traditional Andalusian dishes, including gazpacho, deep fried fish and more. There's also a tapas plate with a selection of six different varieties for only €11. Lots of meat dishes also feature on the menu, such as lamb, steak and meatballs. The decoration here focuses on the rustic, with stings of garlic hanging down and winding across the top of the bar, and barrels on the wall behind.

    Open 7 days, 12.30pm-12am.

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