World famous for its fish, the city’s most typical recipes combine inland and coastal cuisine. Throughout history Malaga has been conquered by many different cultures and this is noticeable in the large variety of flavors that will satiate the tourist palate during a trip to the city.
In recognition of its high quality, UNESCO declared our diet Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Our most typical dishes are cooked to perfection by dozens of brilliant chefs trained at La Cónsula hospitality school.
Meat dishes like Malaga-style goat, fried fish, tropical fruits (mainly avocado and mango), superior quality oils and fabulous wines are the crown jewels of Malaga’s gastronomy.
As for desserts, a selection of local ice creams, appetizing all year round, is a perfect way to end a delicious meal.