MALAGA FOOD TOUR | Where to eat in Malaga – Traditional Spanish food and seafood in Malaga Andalusia


Wondering what to eat in Malaga? Come with us on a Malaga Food Tour to try out the best restaurants in Malaga and some traditional dishes from Malaga Andulusia Spain

First we try El Merendero near that Malagueta Beach and enjoy amazing razor clams and fried redfish

Next off to La Campana for more seafood. Here we try stuffed mussels, bocarones (fried anchovies), Huevas (fish roe and ovaries?) and fried octopus (polpo frito.)

We stop at Atarazanas market in Malaga to try Lomo en Manteca, a traditional pork dish preserved in it’s own lard. Spoiler, it’s so much better than it sounds!

Next up is lunch at Meson La Alegria where Geoff gets a little adventurous!
We try snails (Caracoles en salsa), Tripe in a chickpea stew (Callos a la andaluza), Deep fried pork and cheese rolls (Flamanquin), anchovies in vinegar (Boquerones en vinagre) & meatballs (Albondigas con tomate)


Next up is Dinner at Casa Lola, a hugely popular restaurant in Malaga. Everyone we met recommended this Malaga institution to us and now we know why, the food was amazing! We had Carne Mechaita, Chicharrones fritos and a wonderful red pepper salad.

Bienvenidos a Casa Lola

Last, but certainly not least, we had to try a dick waffle at The Dick Town. For whatever reason we’ve been seeing this kind of place around Spain, so why not? La pollerìa de Màlaga –

00:00 – Intro
00:14 – El Merendero
02:22 – La Campana
05:29 – Atarazanas Market
08:33 – Meson La Alegria
13:07 – Casa Lola
15:23 – Dick Town
16:49 – Thanks for watching

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  1. Carrots with Lomo en Manteca? No comment. Only with bread. That's all

  2. Hi. Thanks for the vid. Planning a trip to Malaga soon. Is gluten free catered for much do you know?

  3. I love all you two’s s videos but the dessert bit on this one is particularly entertaining 😆😆

  4. Con la cantidad de sitios que habeis ido a comer y cenar, en tantas ciudades españolas, veo, que no habeis probado uno de los platos más maravillosos de la gastronomía española.. HUEVOS ROTOS

  5. You were close to Torremolinos! You gotta read Michener's "The Drifters". Great book about a bunch of Americans travelling the world adrift….set in the 60s…fun times

  6. The Atarzanas market looks really neat. It's always fun when you are able to pick up something new to try and take it back with you to see how it is yourself. We've always wanted to make our way to spain, but haven't had the chance to visit yet, but certainly know there are many great dishes to try! Anyways, love the dialog and presentation here you guys! Just subscribed, and we look forward to seeing more of your adventures! 😊

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