Costa del Sol and Costa de Almeria Restaurants

Málaga is best for traditional Spanish cooking, with a wealth of bars and seafood restaurants serving fritura malagueña, the city's famous fried seafood. Torremolinos's Carihuela district is also a good destination for lovers of Spanish seafood. The area's resorts serve every conceivable foreign cuisine, from Thai to the Scandinavian smorgasbord. For delicious cheap eats, try the chiringuitos. Strung out along the beaches, these summer-only restaurants serve seafood fresh off the boats. Because there are so many foreigners here, meals on the coast are served earlier than elsewhere in Andalusia; most restaurants open at 1 or 1:30 for lunch and 7 or 8 for dinner.

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  • 1. Restaurante El Mirlo Blanco

    $$$ | Spanish

    In an old house on the pleasant Plaza de la Constitución, this restaurant is run by a Basque family that's been in the Costa del Sol restaurant...Read More

  • 2. Tomillo Limón

    $ | International

    A bright and airy tapas bar offering traditional Spanish staples—croquettes and patatas bravas (spicy potatoes)—as well more modern takes...Read More

  • 3. Valparaíso

    $$$ | European

    Halfway up the road from Fuengirola on the way to Mijas, this sprawling house is in its own garden, complete with swimming pool. This is a favorite...Read More

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