Where to eat in Malaga – best tapas bars in Malaga

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Where to eat in Malaga - best tapas bars in Malaga

Where to eat in Malaga, tapas in Malaga, best tapas bars in Malaga, Malaga.
Malaga city in Costa del sol has a lot of amazing things to offer to any type of tourists and for gastronomical tourists, there is something special, there are many nice tapas bars in Malaga, to appreciate the true gastronomical experience you should try the traditional tapas from Malaga in some of the nice tapas bars in Malaga.
Malaga situated in the southern part of Costa del sol in Andalucia, tapas bars in Malaga offers some of the best local food.
What to eat in Malaga and where to eat the best tapas in Malaga will be a few questions in your mind if you are visiting this lovely city, there is much traditional tapas to try also there are some delicious local Moscatel wines of Malaga to taste, in this Malaga tapas tour, you will see some tapas bar Malaga where we taste tapas and wine.
We start our day in Malaga with some traditional churros con chocolate and a coffee at Casa Aranda Malaga, then after a little walk in the city we stop at Casa Lola Malaga for some tapas and wine, we taste salpicon de mariscos (a cold seafood salad), we also tasted Bacalao frito gratinado (codfish baked with tomatoes and garlic sauce) along with a glass of amontillado wine.

Malaga is also very popular for seafood tapas, we visited La peregrina Malaga to try some of their seafood oriented tapas, we tasted razor clams and fresh clams too.

Our next stop El Gallo Malaga, here we tasted traditional vermut a drink made of red wine infused with spices, for tapas we had albondigas (meatballs in almond sauce), we also tasted tortilla al Sacramonte (a tortilla filled with chorizo).

For some more seafood tapas, we also visited Los mellizos Malaga, here we tasted boquerones al limon, ensalada de pimientos asados (roasted peppers salads) and chanquetes, one of our favourite tapas, very small fish coated in flour and deep-fried in olive oil.

We also visited the market to experience having tapas like a local, we tried more seafood here, a plate of fried mixed seafood and brochette of prawns.
Finally, we visited Casa de Guardia Malaga for some delicious Moscatel wines, trying this wine is a must to really appreciate the sweet wine produced in this region.

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