Best Cafes in MalagaMalaga · 4 Items · Darren Magill
Handpicked by a Malaga Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Cafes in Malaga'.
Casa Aranda is one of the longest standing cafes in Malaga, doing business in this same street since 1932. This cafe is an institution among Malagueños and has served its homemade churros to the grateful public for 75 years. If you are unfamiliar with churros, then it's time you sampled some, and this is the place to do it. A simple dough of flour and water is squeezed in long sausages into hot o...More info
Down this quiet street in Soho you'll find a jolly cafe bar that wouldn't be out of place in Soho New York. It's definitely a sort of Americana but still Spanish. The interior has been stripped back to the distressed brickwork which gives it a great urban feel, and the design of the place is a mish-mash of mismatched retro furniture, signs, lamps, tables and general grooviness. The food is Spanish...More info
Cafe con Libros is a friendly, bohemian hang-out right on the Plaza. They have an ample terrace and it's always lively here, morning noon and night. Coffee with books, is what it purports to be and inside it is just that, like an old reading room, with magazines, newspapers and other things available. Its charmingly scruffy and unpretentious, but its greatest asset is its location on the strip of ...More info
This new bar close to the Plaza Marina is making waves, for its design and its ambiance. The interior is gorgeously put together, stylish clean modern lines and shapes, with elements of upcycling eco-friendliness. The two partners who run it, a Brit and a Spaniard, are great company and light up the place with their humour and bonhomie. It's easily missed so make a point of heading there. There's ...More info