Food and drink
The tapas listed are divided into nine sections - cold, soups, dips, fried, flamenquín (rolled, fried bites), filled speciality breads, skewers, stews and desserts. Each section has about four items to choose from. My highlights include the white anchovy lasagne and the spinach flamenquíns. And for pudding it’d be a difficult choice between the bitter lemon tart and the intense chocolate mousse. I’d recommend not having the tasting menu as it restricts the spontaneous element of eating tapas.
If, like me, you always like to be in the thick of it, go for elbow-to-elbow dining at the long, underlit, stainless steel bar instead of the small room at the back.
The service is extremely professional. You can tell the staff are foodies themselves.
It's tucked away down a quiet backstreet just off Calle Larios, Malaga's famous shopping street.
This is probably one of the most expensive places to eat tapas, but these are no ordinary tapas! Expect to pay about 60 euros for dinner for two. The tasting menu for two is 75 euros and includes seven tapas each.
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- People watching