You should know how lucky you are to be dining in Malaga! The best of traditional Andalucían cuisine meets the fresh fare of the Mediterranean here in Malaga. So loosen your belt and don't be afraid to try something new! The restaurants are equally as important as the beaches and just as memorable.
Situated on the sea front at Pedregalejo, La Galerna has bright, bohemian decor and is the perfect place to relax and watch the world go by. Fresh juices and milk shakes are served all day at La Galerna, as well as cocktails, fine wines and some great food.
This place has recently transformed itself into a hip hang out for smart, young locals. With the walls adorned by abstract art, talented DJ sessions, and its fantastic location in the up-and-coming Plaza Madre de Dios, this café by day / restaurant by night always serves up good food and compliments it with a sharp atmosphere and great music.
This place is fantastic for vegetarians, but it's certainly not exclusive. The chefs are well known for international fusion cuisine like the Indian style bhajis, their many creative salads, refreshing hummus, and desserts to die for.
This fusion restaurant of European and Latin cuisine is situated in a stylishly fun setting with brick walls and wooden tables. Great food and lots of vegetarian options available. The staff is young, pierced, tattooed, and are some of the sweetest people ever. The menu is vast, including obligatory seafood dishes, meats, and an array of salads. The desserts – namely the cheesecake – are devastatingly good.
El Trillo is one of Malaga's most locally adoredd restaurants. Specialising in traditional fish and meat dishes, including the wonderful cod loin vizcaina and the more local wild boar with berries, this is the perfect place for a special occasion. An extensive wine list accompanies the innovative menu, and there are also plenty of vegetarian dishes to choose from.