What is a "pitufo" in Malaga? Don't think about the cartoon characters, just sit down in a bar and order "Ponme un pitufo mixto y un mitad".
Algarrobo Cakes are a traditional dessert from the town of Algarrobo, in the Axarquía region. They are one of the most popular cakes in Málaga.
Gazpachuelo is a traditional dish of Málaga's gastronomy that comes in different versions. It is a mild and creamy first course.
Tejeringos Churros are a part of Malaga's gastronomy, and there are various varieties and recipes with different names depending on the geographical region of Spain.
And the truth is, only in Málaga can you taste the wonderful sardine "espetos," and what better place than on its fabulous beaches.
The people of Málaga have a unique way of ordering coffee, and in this article, we will teach you how to order a coffee in Malaga.
A typical Malaga sweet that can be found in most pastry shops. A cake made with puff pastry, pastry cream, yolk glaze and decorated with cherries, created by the Tejeros family, great confectioners from Malaga.
The Campero malagueño or colloquially, campero is a typical sandwich from the city of Malaga. Its origin dates back to the 1950s, although it became popular in the 1980s.
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