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Solaga staff picks: our favorite eateries in Malaga

Food talk in Malaga is a predictable topic. The first question most of our guests ask at the time of check-in are recommendations for places to eat. This is something that most of us do when we travel, trying to find that special place that only locals know.

A selection of Spanish tapas

Without further due, here’s below a list of Solaga’s staff favorite eateries in the city, which we hope you will get to visit during your stay in the city.

Alex’s selection

Alex's picks

El Meson de Cervantes
Calle Alamos,11 (next to the Cervantes theatre)

Excellent tapas and wine selection in a quaint atmosphere

Mimo Vegan Bistro
Calle Vendeja, 11 (SoHo)

Tiny vegan restaurant in the heart of Soho with a very creative touch

Mura Mura
Calle Duque de la Victoria, 11 (next to the Echegaray theatre)

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Excellent Italian food, specialized in innovative pasta dishes offering a different touch from the classics


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Teresa’s selection

La Sociedad Herbivora
Calle Juan de Padilla

Great vegan food. Portions are rather generous, so if you order an appetizer and a main course, you might not have room for dessert.

El Merlo
Paseo Maritimo El Pedregal, 87 (Pedregalejo beach district)

Unpretentious, fresh and delicious fish and seafood!

Julia’s Bakery
Calle Carreteria, 44

Breads, cakes, bagels and lots more. The coffee is very good too. Yum!?

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Carlos’ selection

Casa Lola

Calle Granada, 46

Beautiful place to enjoy spanish tapas and delicious vermouth. There are 4 different locations in the city center.

Terra Mia
Calle Molina Lario, 3 (close to the cathedral)

Definitely the best real italian pizza in Málaga!

Japanese Teppanyaki Kyoto
Calle Jacinto Verdaguer, 11

Wide variety of shusi, soups, tataki … and their specialty: Teppanyaki, a type of Japanese food dish that uses a steel plate to cook food!

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Steffen’s selection

Batik
Calle Alcazabilla, 12

Contemporary fusion food with amazing views over the moorish castle Alcazaba

Yubá
Calle San Juan, 11

A mix of Mediterranean, Asian and African fusion food below one of Malaga’s greatest rooftop bar

Patios de Beatas
Calle Beatas, 43

The best wine selection in the city along with contemporary Spanish cuisine

If you need more information or suggestions on where to eat in Malaga, please don’t hesitate to contact us at: info@solaga.com

The Solaga Team

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