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Ct.n 340 Km.194,7, 29600 Malaga
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Typical Food and Drink of Malaga

Along the coast there are dozens of restaurants and chiringuitos (beach restaurants) where you can have fish, seafood, paella, sangria, etc. One of the most famous chiringuitos is El Tintero, at the east end, where there is no menu: the waiters sing out what they are carrying and they leave you a plate at your signal.

From time to time one of them offers to give you the bill. The most typical thing to eat in Malaga is espetos, sardines in a stick grilled over a fire; and pescaíto frito: all types of deep-fried fish from anchovies to squid. Try also the coquinas (small clams cooked in white wine). Simply delicious!

Do not forget to visit the restaurants, there are Nouvelle Cuisine Restaurants, Asian, Vegetarian, etc. A famous one is actor Antonio Banderas' La posada de Antonio where the typical dishes from his hometown are served with unexpensive prices.

Famous sweet Malaga wine can be tasted in popular pubs in the city centre, like the famous old La Casa del Guardia (Avenue Alameda Principal) or the very typical El Pimpi where everyone, from celebrities to local teens meet.

  • Rojo, Granada 44, Tel 952 227 486. Very stylish city centre restaurant cooking in the modern French/European style. Impeccably presented and delicious main courses, the best we had in Málaga. Desserts nothing special however; suspect they may not have a pastry chef. Mains €10-15. Good reasonably-priced wine list, €7-25/bottle. Excellent service.
  • Restaurante Gallego Candamil. Cuarteles 15. Tel 952 323 907. On the street leading from the train station to the centre, this Galician restaurant is very popular with the locals. This is understandable when you see the great range of quality tapas at fantastic prices, e.g. tapa of empanada €1.25, glass of cider €1.15.
  • A Casa Gallega. Fernán Núñez 2. Tel 952 040 287. Another Galician haunt a little further towards, although still outside, the centre, this one does not have any menu but relies on the clientele knowing what they want. Good empanada, pimientos de Padrón. Atmospheric.
  • Parador de Málaga Gibralfaro, Castillo de Gibralfaro, Tel 952 22 19 02. Although we read a lot of good things about the restaurant at the parador, we were disappointed. The food just wasn't great. The service by contrast was exemplary, together with all the nice little free appetizers, aperitifs, etc. Wine list tended towards the expensive but with the excellent idea of a monthly wine choice 'balancing quality and value' which in our case was a very palatable Ribera del Duero Crianza at €10. Set menu €27 pp (plus VAT) Not worth the diversion unless you are staying there; even then maybe limit it to one night of your stay. Fantastic view of the city, especially from the terrace.

Drink

Malaga city will make you think that nobody sleeps in this town even during the workweek! However it is especially busy from Thursday to Sunday, where people buy their drinks in the supermarkets and have them at night at "Merced Square" in the city center, before going into the clubs.

Normally, the locals are friendly and there is a place for everyone, from Latin music clubs to the most alternative pubs where there are usually live groups.

Some recommended places :

  • Metropol, Cosa Nostra, Vaticano, Andén (big busy latin club)
  • Sonic (Metal, hardcore, punk).
  • Nyx, Urbano, Village Green (Rock, Indie, etc).
  • White, Abyssinia (Rap, Hip Hop)
  • Paradise/Punto G, Warhol (gay)
  • Mondotiki, ChillHouse ( house-dance music)


Modified: 2007-02-08 13:25:24+01
Source: http://wikitravel.org/en/Malaga

 


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