This restaurant is placed right in the centre of Malaga and has the look of rather a posh place as you walk by - waiters in white jackets, linen table cloths etc. There are a number of very good tapas bars nearby so there is a lot of competition. But many of the customers are locals and there are many reserved tables, and that says a lot. I ate there twice and was impressed - good service and tasty food. Try the habitas (small beans with ham) as a starter and have fish after that - the merluza a la plancha is wonderful (grilled hake). It's a good place to watch the world go by, but obviously on the expensive side for a city with so many good places to eat. As a treat or a place for a special occasion, I would recommend it as I had absolutely no complaints. A meal for one with a couple of glasses of wine (without dessert) came to 48 euros.
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