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Menu del Dia...recs for restarants/taverns in the center.

by philosykos

Recs for places to eat near center with Menu Del Dia....

Re: Menu del Dia...recs for restarants/taverns in the center.

by Windsailor

One very basic place serving very local food is situated in front of Mercado Central (central market): Los Pueblos. It´s cheap and the food is tasty. Local people and students eat here, as well as travellers who look very much like backpackers. They have locally a very famous dish: pollo al ajillo, garlic chicken served with french fries and mayonaise, simply and stunningly delicious. House wine is basic but tasty, it goes well with the food. Tapas are served too.

Re: Menu del Dia...recs for restarants/taverns in the center.

by philosykos

Thankyou.

Re: Menu del Dia...recs for restarants/taverns in the center.

by philosykos

Its called LOs ueblos??Where is central market exactly?

Re: Menu del Dia...recs for restarants/taverns in the center.

by Windsailor

Hi, it´s called Los Pueblos referring to Málaga mountain villages. It is located in Calle de Atarazanas nº 15, and you can´t miss it, its in front of Málaga central market building called Mercado de Atarazanas. There is a flower shop on the left hand side of this restaurant and the name is: El Manojo de Rosas.

Re: Menu del Dia...recs for restarants/taverns in the center.

by philosykos

Thankyou..is the market sea front side or behind Larios?

Re: Menu del Dia...recs for restarants/taverns in the center.

by Windsailor

Depending from where you look, but it is more like behind the first row of blocks of houses on Alameda street directin inlands, the street that takes you to the port and further to Malagueta when coming from El Corte Inglés department store direction. Starting from El Corte Inglés crossing the river to Alameda boulevard and there it is, on the left hand side, just behind first row of blocks. It is easy to find, just ask Mercado de Atarazanas if you feel lost for a moment, but I believe you don´t. It is very central and easy to find. By the way, there is a very beloved tavern, bodega, nearby two blocks of houses to the Alameda direction (calle panaderos is in the middle); la antigua casa del guardia. Here you can taste the original Málaga wine, a sweet and delicious wine that has made Málaga famous world over in wine circuits as many believe it should be tasted.

Re: Menu del Dia...recs for restarants/taverns in the center.

by Windsailor

Sorry, antigua casa de la guardia bodega is two blocs of houses away from los pueblos restaurant towards la Alameda street, I meant. Sorry if my instruction were not clear enough.

Re: Menu del Dia...recs for restarants/taverns in the center.

by philosykos

Thankyou very much for info!

Travel Tips for Málaga

Do please visit Rhonda and...

by keyhole

Do please visit Rhonda and Seveilla, they are really places of amasing scenery and history. Especially in Sevilla, where there is the biggest Catheral in the whole and the 2nd daughter of the current King of Spain got married there!, Must see!!!!!! The food , eg, paella, wow real good!!!! must try . .. the towns of fuengirola and marbella ... very nice .. nice people and very pretty and sexy too (believe me).. fantastic beaches and nice whether.

Please Note it is not...

by gabriellefox

Please Note it is not customary to tip Spanish bartenders every time you order drinks (although I am sure they don't mind!).

Many Spanish are insulted if you do not at least try and converse in their language. We would not like it if foreigners came to our country and barked at people in their own tongue. The same courtesy should be extended to which ever country we visit.

Situated in the mountains,...

by gabriellefox

Situated in the mountains, Alhaurín el Grande and the surrounding villages are typically Andalucían and the historical influence imparted by the Romans and later the Moors is evident throughout the region. Becoming increasingly popular amongst foreign residents, the area is a peaceful alternative to the busy coastal areas.

How about buses?

by Malecka

Well, it is true that most people travel in Spain by train (Ok, the TALGO trains are amazing) but backpackers don't really need the luxury. A nice-price is a BETTER choice.
So... Buses are just fine.
... I managed to get from Gerona/Girona to Malaga by using this means of transport.
What you might need to know is that... There are many different companies and each one has its own routes.
For example, ALSA holds the line: Madrid-Barcelona. DAIBUS is the one you'll use for reaching Malaga.

A whole lot of lunch

by PrincessMonja about La Reserva 12

Four of us had a very nice set lunch of fish soup, grilled sole and fruit with wine water and coffee for 22€ per head, quite expensive for a set menu in Málaga, but the portions were huge and delicious, a very pleasant lunch! The fish soup was very tasty, lots of fish prawns and a mussel in it!

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