We only ate lunch at the Malaguita because most of the other restaurants on the street were very busy. It was the Epiphany and families were out en masse. The Malaguita is small and simple and seems to offer just about anything -- burgers, pizzas, Mexican etc etc -- which weren't what we wanted, but they had spaces and an interesting menu del dia for, I think, 8 euroes. Certainly not more than 9.
It did also say "English spoken" which appealed on our first full day.
My friend had the chicken salad and I had tomatoes with goat cheese. Both beautifully presented and delicious. We both had hake baked on a plank for the second course. Perfect. There was lovely fresh bread to go with the food and a drink of our choice -- one beer, one wine.
The third course was fruit or cake. We had the melon which was perfectly ripe. It was all excellent. We returned for another meal from the regular menu, which was also good, though the fried brie wasn't quite runny enough inside for my taste.
The Malaguita is in Huelin, just a bit out of Malaga to the west, but worth the trip. A taxi would only be a few euroes. It's a stone-throw from the beach and a beach walk would be perfect after the meal.
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