C/ Pozo del Rey, 5
Having been massively disappointed in both the other vegetarian restaurants I had so far visited in Malaga, I was fairly geared up for another bout of soul destroying food-related disappointment when I went to El Vegetariano de la Alcazabilla.
The exterior is exceptionally invited with tiny terraced tables and the presence of friendly white doggies and its location is faultless, being up a small lane but a frog’s fart from the Alcazabar. Everything looks good.
I was nicely surprised, although saying I was delighted would be an overstatement. The food was of fairly good quality and the portions were majestic. The menu is vast and as it is all vegetarian, you can really let yourself go without fear of eating something with a personality.
In fact, everything about El Vegetariano de la Alcazabilla was charming. From the hot waiters to the extensive menu to the enchanting location and the décor. I couldn’t really fault the place, although more salad options would have been met with a snuffle of approval.
Sitting on the terrace in the sunshine and watching the tourists and locals go passed whilst enjoying a large portion of vegetarian fodder is a great way to spend an afternoon.
El Vegetariano de la Alcazabilla will unlikely win prizes for its originality or quality of food – but if you’re a vegetarian or vegan travelling around Spain then you will be delighted to have such a vast array of fairly tasty food to choose from.
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