Asako - Malaga
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Starters offered cover favourites such as Chinese dim-sum, Japanese Gyoza, Miso soup, a variety of tempura and meat or fish tartare. The salads offer true fusion creations. A smoked elver salad comes with papaya, caramelised apple and a moscatel reduction, a true Malaga/Thai fusion. Or the tandoori chicken on cous cous, with spinach greens and lime vinaigrette. The meat based main courses offer wok fry ups as well as grilled ribs, and also typical Spanish cuts with Korean and Japanese inspired sauces and garnsihes.
The sushi offering is extensive and creative. Everything you'd expect in a regular sushi house is here, exploiting the best of the fresh seafood available in Málaga. Various cuts of tuna are featured, one of the premium regional products, as well as Salmon, Butter Fish, and a range of white fish.
From Monday to Friday, they honour the tradition of offering a daily set menu for an economic price, and you can find the details of what's available each day on the menu section of their website. Asako is open everyday for lunch and dinner. You can also order to take-away, and get delivery through one of the online delivery services. There's plenty to choose from, a constantly changing set menu offering, and a cosy place to enjoy the fusion of the Far East and Mediterranean.
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