I visit Málaga very often and the last time we were there after visiting Museo Picasso we found this nice and quiet place to have dinner near the Cathedral. It was not very visible from the outside but the amount of clients, most of them Spanish, in such a little place made us go in, you know, when a restaurant is full of locals it must be good! And it really was, there was a great variety of tapas, from the most typical ones like jamon or manchego to more elaborated and experimental ones such as Tuna Carpaccio with Salmoreho or fried Eggs with Foei-gras and french fries. Everything we tasted was very good and the waiters were also very kind. At the end, the 'chef' was talking to some people he knew and asked us in a perfect English if we liked the place and told us he had opened it one year ago.
Don't miss this place if you are looking for a real Spanish tapas bar in Malaga, we are definitely coming back soon!
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