We have never visited Malaga, Spain, but this place has the look and feel of authentic tapas bars we have visited in Madrid and Barcelona. Great wine list and service -- but the food is the real attraction here, and it is marvelous! If you're meat lover, the "Lomo a la Plancha" (seared medium-rare bites of steak) and the Cordera Cacenero (lamb loin marinated and seared) are spectacular. If you prefer seafood, you MUST try the Viuras Serrano (scallops wrapped in Serrano ham and basil leaves, and grilled). And the reviewer that claimed there are very few veggie tapas here is just WRONG -- there are at least 6 vegetarian tapas on the dinner menu. OK, only two of them are vegan -- 3 others have cheese, and one has both cheese and eggs.
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