Me and my husband stayed for lunch and ordered creepes. Delisciously good! Really suprised of the place and the food, typically spanish. Light food, not a place to eat a heavy dinner but something that tastes your senses. Que buenno!
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The cafe is traditional and pleasant. The service was attentive. There is a wide selection of teas and coffees to choose from. Situated between the Picasso museum and Malaga cathedral. I definitely recommend to stop for refreshments in this nice, cosy place.
Popped in for a drink after just arriving in Malaga. Service was very good and we were served promptly. 2 drinks cost just over 3 euros- great value!
Staff is extremely friendly and the vibe is great. Food was enjoyable and we went back multiple times. Hassle-free dining experience!
This place was buzzing with locals quite early in the morning when we popped in for breakfast. The usual fare of bread rolls, crepes, omelettes with honey, jam and cheese (they'd run out of ham). Coffee very good and service friendly and quick. Prices pretty...More
A great spot to sit outside and people watch. The cocktails we had were tasty and reasonably priced. The decor inside is quirky and modern.
We were recommended the Cafe de l'abuela by the owner of the apartments we stayed in and it rapidly became a firm breakfast favourite. Good coffee, friendly fast service, a good choice of foods from Spanish favourites to English friendly fare. Try the Spanish omelette...More
This is in a great location with views of the cathedral from the terrace, we went for lunch and dinner - service is friendly ( no heavy handed waiters dragging you in here) and the presentation of dishes is very good - we tried several...More
Found this place by accident looking for evening meal venue. Lovely tapas or platos menu but we were sceptic when we saw low prices. No worries. We had fab greek salad then chicken curry and chicken risotto for main courses. Nice desserts including gluten free...More