1. DesayunosWe started out with breakfast at Cafeteria El Yate in the mall attached to the train station. I was just tickled when I went up to order and after a stinted exchange in Spanish, the guy behind the counter proceeded to tell me in Spanish that I was pretty and that my husband was very lucky :-) Needless to say, I was flattered and we went back there at least 2 more times to see the guy who I now refer to as 'Mi Guapo' ;-)
2. Churros y Chocolate
We wandered past Casa Aranda one evening and the queue of people was unbelievable! We vowed to go back the next morning to try their churros y chocolate. They must be good if people were willing to wait in line for them.
3. Coffee Málaga Style
We made sure to stop into Cafe Central, an institution in Málaga.
4. Málaga DulceWe wandered into a 'famous' bodega, Antigua Casa De Guardia, on the main street through Málaga.
You can't visit Spain and not 'do' tapas. We tried a number of places in our neighborhood including the bustling Mesón Lo Güeno.
We also tried Taberna Rinconillo around the corner from our apartment.
El Decano del Perchel across the street from our apartment.
The way to our hearts is definitely through our stomachs and Málaga definitely won a place in our hearts because of it.