What a place, mainly locals, very good Spanish wine served from the barrel & in a unique atmosphere. Great place for a few drinks & to chat to locals. Also serve Tapas.
If you only visit one place in Malaga for true Spain, make this your stop. This is your authentic Spanish bar. If you want designer frills and cocktails, this is not for you! What a great atmosphere, mainly old spanish men passing time, and sipping on the sherries straight from the barrel. We visited with our 6 year old daughter,... More
One of the delights of traveling abroad is to sample what the locals do. This is one of the 'Must Do' experiences you must take part in - Even if you are not a Sherry drinker. It's Cheap, It's Real Spain and it's Great!
Wonderful Sherries in old wooden caskets,Very old fashioned and full of character and atmosphere.Excellent mussels as a tapas, Sherry plentiful in choice and for 4 glasses and mussels bill came to 10 Euros.
Visited this lovely Spanish wine bar in Malaga. You choose your tipple and they pour it into a glass from the barrel. Very good price at about €1 a glass depending on your choice. Very friendly and lots of history in the place. A must visit if you are in the region.
The wines are what makes this place hum. Nothing fancy about this place. Some tapas available, but nothing really caught our attention. If you like wine and want to learn about the local choices, a visit to this old-school jewel of a wine bar is a must. Everything under 2€. Waiters pour from the barrels and track your bill on... More
After reading so good reviews and especially recommendation in a Finnish travel magazine 'Matkalehti' we visited this restaurant on purpose. I will add photos as soon as I get to laptop to show how were tapas served. I think they were quite typical tapases e.g. mussels, olives, and pickled onions. It was our mistake to ask for sweet wine. The... More
Great place to swig back a vino at 9am in the morning. There are no frills, but you'll get a top class Pajalete in this institution frequented by locals and tourists alike and the atmosphere is fantastic whatever time of day you go.
The malaga wine (very sherry like) selection is great, we had the Malaga Seco, light in colour and not too sweet a good start for a trip walking around Malaga. While we were stood at the bar a local came in with his own empty bottle and for 8,70 euro's had it filled up and went on his way -... More
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