This is a fantastic restaurant hidden away from the more crowded parts of Malaga It offers a wide range of great value dishes and is so good we went twice in two days
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After reading some reviews here we've decided to give it a try. Staff was really nice and helpful. The first dish (six vegetable samosas with oriental sauce) was a bit small, but the second one(sliced octopus with paprika over mashed potatoes) was amazing - tasty,...More
The owners are very welcoming and warm! They explain the menu in English and have also a menu in Dutch! The food was really good! Very refined tapas! We also got a little appetizer from the chef which was a cold soup with beetroot,very refreshing!...More
A new location in Calle Hernan Ruiz Navarro, centrally located too and the same wonderful quality with highly creative recipes. You can choose either vegeteranian food or fish or meat or a combination af those options in an urban atmosphere. Pretty advisable.
Very nice side to eat and drink a cup of red wine Not disappoint us. The owner Julia offers a variety of spanish dishes. We'll come back soon
Likeable; a bit hippie-ish. And very nice! We liked the welcoming approach and the interesting combination of very creative small dishes and decent portions (raciones for like 8-9 euro) of fresh tapas, a bit on the green side. This is one out of two places...More
Very nice little place with a daily 3 course for 9 euro's. Excellent food especially for this price. The place looks really nice and the staff is super friendly. Hidden gem.
We found this place towards the end of a week in Malaga and liked it so much we went two nights running. A great selection of small bites and larger plates with veggie, seafood and meat options. Everything we had was excellent and perfectly cooked....More
I was visiting Malaga few days ago with my friend and we were exploring old city part. We felt hungry so we started to look around however we didn't want to finish in one of the international food chains. We were aiming something extraordinary. My...More