Dining out in Alhaurín

Alhaurín has many small cafes and restaurants. These are just a few recommendations to get you started.

These are smaller cafes that serve churros in the morning and during merienda time (5-7pm, approx.).  They are also good for breakfast or tapas later in the day.

If you’re looking for a nice dinner out, there are great restaurants in and near Alhaurin. For more information, such as location and menus, click on the links below.

Dining Out in Málaga

There are many great options for eating in Málaga. Again, this is a list of recommended places to get you started. If the restaurant has a website, it is linked to help you get a better idea of menus, locations, etc.

Tapas/Cafes/Churros/Ice Cream:

  • Cafe Madrid (C/Caderería, 1-3) – Great for Madrid-style churros and chocolate and a cup of coffee
  • El Pimpi (C/Granada, 62) – Famous bodega (wine bar), also serves food
  • La Cueva (C/Matínez, 9)(Centro Comercial Muelle Uno)(C/Alarcón Luján, 1) – If you want to see the famous Spanish ham (jamón) legs hanging from the ceiling, come try it here!
  • Pitta Bar (C/Echegaray, 8) – If you’re interested in trying Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine, Pitta Bar is a great option.
  • Heladeria Inma (C/Moreti, 16) – For dessert, head to the best ice cream spot in Malaga!
  • El Tapeo de Cervantes (C/Cárcer, 8)
  • Casa Aranda (C/Herrería del Rey, 1)
  • El Ultimo Mono Juice & Coffee (C/Santa María, 9)
  • Santa Canela (C/Tomas Heredia, 5)
  • Casa Mira (C/Lirios, 5)
  • Giolatto (C/Strachan, 14) – Dairy free ice cream options
  • Yummy (C/Molina Lario, 6) – Gluten free and dairy free ice cream options
  • Amorino (C/Granada, 6)
  • Subtitulos (C/Casas de Campos, 31)
  • Mía Coffee Shop (Plaza de los Mártires, 4)



For more information on dining in Málaga, check out these sites: