This traditional looking meson, with its old facade and charming terrace belies the modernity and ambition of its cuisine. This if fine modern bistro fusion tap
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Located in El Palo, on the Playa del Dedo, Malaga's most eastern barrio, a very popular and traditional fisherman's neighbourhood, the restaurant is as emblemat
In a town where the tapa has been reinvented and spun into a wild variety of gastronomic dramas, its good to know you can still find the old school variety, in
Traditional and smart new restaurant specialising in seafood and classic Andaluz cuisine. Ideal for group dinners, business lunches and close to the Malagaueta
Don't be put off by the less than modern looking exterior, because this is a proper local fish restaurnt, as evidence by the busy trade they do with locals. Mal
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The Parador chain of hotels is a state owned enterprise that maintains dozens of historic buildings and hotels in iconic places around Spain. REstaurant with a view &nbs
Located over the river from the old town in a barrio of elegant older buildings, this is very much a neighbourhood restaurant. The menu is predominantly Spanish
At the end of Calle Larios is this typical little Taverna, literally translated, the cathedral of little fish. Indeed the locals make pilgrimage to this shrine
The 'Iberian Inn' as this translates is that in all senses. The decor is classic Andaluz with its beautiful ceramic tiles and simple table dressing. The food is