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    La Posada: La Posada

    by diageva Updated Sep 4, 2008

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    CLOSE.
    LAST TIME I PAST THROUGH LA POSADA WAS CLOSE.

    LA POSADA DE ANTONIO WAS AT THE CENTER OF MALAGA
    IS NOT THE ONE OF ANTONIO BANDERAS.

    Big local with nice things for tapa. Very nice to have take a table and have a break while you have a good wine and a tapa

    Favorite Dish: chistorras
    pinchos morunos
    tortilla

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    7 de Julio: Christmas lunch

    by lina112 Updated Oct 31, 2006

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    I spent a very good lunch time with my work mates on this restaurant. We have a very good time. The food was supreme and the staff very nice. Very good service. And after lunch "Karaoke".

    Elegimos este restaurante para el almuerzo de navidad con los amigos del trabajo,Es uno de los mas populares en Málaga, la comida es excelente y se especializan en comida vasca.El personal es muy amable y el servicio excelente.

    Dessert
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    La Posada de Antonio: Disappointing - twice!!!

    by Senoritasmile Updated Apr 18, 2006

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    The only reason I went here a second time was the blind hope that I might catch a glimpse of Antonio ; -). I have eaten here for lunch with friends and then dinner on another occasion. The service is poor - staff are far more interested in chatting amongst themselves and it was difficult to catch their attention. Food was luke warm and some dishes, very mediocre in everyway. I will not be returning.

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    Antigua Casa del Guardia: A very ancient Malaga Bar

    by nessie-ch Written Nov 27, 2005

    I never saw such an original bar with a lot of old barrels with different Malaga wines

    Favorite Dish: You have to go there and taste the fine Malaga wine... mmmh... and then there is seafood in small portions...just great!!

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    ArtePostre: Sweet stuff to die for

    by Senoritasmile Written Nov 7, 2005

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    This is a slick, modern cafe, sumptiously decorated to reflect their range of amazing desserts. Drop by for a tea or coffee and something decadent or select from the lunchtime 'menu del dia' and try local ingredients with a creative twist. Friendly, attentive staff, buzzy lunctime vibe, good quality choices.

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    Gorkis: Wide range of unusual tapas

    by Senoritasmile Written Oct 11, 2005

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    This is a tapas bar in the centre of Malaga, 2 mins walk from the Cathedral. The menu is extensive and includes some weird combinations - eg anchovies and condensed milk on toast....actually nicer than it sounds! The wine list is also huge, as are the glasses they serve it in. This is a great bar where you can people watch in the summer and huddle in cosy interior in the winter.

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    El Pimpi's: Great, traditional atmosphere - read the barrels!

    by Senoritasmile Written Oct 11, 2005

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    I love this place - huge vaulted celings, flagstone floors and walls lined with enormous barrels signed by many literary greats. It's always buzzy here and sometimes has live music too. Food is limited, a few tapas dishes and a mixture of mini filled toasted rolls.

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  • COMOLOCO: Comoloco en Malaga

    by blint Written Apr 23, 2005

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    Nice looking place though it is very popular so you may have to queue.

    If you don't want anything too big this is the place to come. All the dishes are freshly prepared and so you leave feeling healthy.

    It is open every day until 1 in the morning.

    Favorite Dish: The Pita bread dishes. For example the Pollo Tamariz or the Resines. Though the salad and desserts looked great too.

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    McDonalds: How American. Typical, touristy, and safe

    by shutterlust Written Apr 3, 2005

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    I hate McDonalds.

    However, sometimes it's a relieving sight to see those golden arches in a foreign, unfamiliar city.

    Mmm, smell that grease?!

    Favorite Dish: My fave dishes?

    McChicken (no mayo), chicken nuggets, fries, a hot fudge sundae, apple pies, fruit and yogurt cups and a Coke.

    McPepito
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    Restaurante Chinitas

    by Carmela71 Updated Sep 2, 2004

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    Located in old city center, at one of the side streets of Larios Street the main shopping one hehehehe, ideal for a break after expending a fortune in cloths and others !

    The facade is very tipical and deserves a photo.

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    La Teteria

    by Carmela71 Updated Sep 2, 2004

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    The street that conects the cathedral with Calle Granada just before arriving to the Picasso Musseum.

    It was one fo the first teterias (tea shops) to open in Malaga due to the popularity in Granada. i remember the first times we went while I was studying in Malaga as it was dificult to take my friends as none of them like tea, but I managed to go on Sundays for a quiet afternoon! After the late saturday nights (oHHHH that student times LOL)

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    El Pimpi: Wines

    by Carmela71 Updated Sep 2, 2004

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    At Calle Granada we can find this classic in between the Picasso Museum and Plaza de la Merced.

    It was famous by the poets that began to come in the 70´s 80´s and later all famous person had to stop here for a photo and a wine!

    Still the same spirit

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    La Posada de Antonio: Antonio Banderas?

    by Carmela71 Written Sep 2, 2004

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    At Calle Granada we can find this classic. It used to be La Posada before Antonio bought this restaurant and began the chain that has palces all over the coast.

    And yes we are talking about Antonio Banderas!

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    Las Papas: Papas Asadas

    by Carmela71 Updated Sep 2, 2004

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    At Calle Granada we can find this classic. It is just the corner next to Musseum Picasso.

    Great Jack potatoes, but if you fancy some tapas you can go down Calle Granada and look for Posada de Antonio (and yes, we are talking about Antonio Banderas restaurant chain!)

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    Just on the beach: "Pescaito frito"

    by pginer Written Jul 11, 2004

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    This is very tipycal! Just go to the beach and there are restaurnats everywhere. Tables and chairs are just on the sand.
    Fire is made inside boats (you can see in the picture) and sardines are put ina stick (also in the pic).
    Someone told me only here sardines can be cooked like that because Malaga is near Gibraltar and these sardines have to strugle against running waters. Therefore, these sardines have strong muscles and they can be hangged from the stick.
    Sardines in Valencia are much more comfortable and do not have muscles ... thay should be cooked in the oven ...

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