El Tintero II, Malaga, Spain
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- Food travel tip
- City center
This is a friends' hangout where you go with at least 5-6 people and then simply get a super fresh, super yummy seafood overdose.
The waiters are walking around the many tables with the freshly cooked seafood and then you simply call them over to have them give you some of it.
Really loved the experience, the wine was great and the food even better
Calle de la Banda del Mar, 2, 29017 Malaga, Spain
Try to get there after 10pm
How to get there:
Take a cab since they are pretty cheap. Make sure you don't come by car, because you definitely want some wine with your seafood
952 206 826
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