Tapas, Tapas and more Tapas in Malaga City
Of course, tapas bars and restaurants can be found here on just about every street corner.
The selection is often huge and what is written on the menu or the chalkboard is not always comprehensible, but a little effort goes a long way and some waiters in the restaurants of Málaga can speak a bit of English.
Tapas are small snacks that are very popular in Spain, often along with a drink.
For example the famous Serrano ham, spicy Manchego sheep’s cheese, homemade croquetas, prawns fried in olive oil, Spanish tortilla, albóndigas (small meatballs) in tomato sauce, patatas bravas with a very spicy sauce, meat or squid skewers, marinated in olive oil, garlic, and sweet paprika.
Tapas restaurants in Malaga.
Do as the Spaniards do and wander from one tapas bar to the next.
You can eat one or two tapas and have a drink at each one.
This is a great way to get to know the city and its inhabitants a bit better.
More information can be found in the Travel Guide Malaga.