La Pachamama

Peru comes to Malaga in the form of tapas, main dishes and drinks (tragos y piqueos), all as authentically Peruvian as the owners. The menu runs long and includes traditional Peruvian favourites such as ceviches, seafood rice and Creole seasoning, along with fusion dishes such as Chaufa rice and Maki.

Ceviche is the star of the show for starters and you can choose from eight types including mixed, tuna and octopus. As you see from the photo below, each ceviche includes a host of ingredients.

What goes into a ceviche at La Pachamama in Malaga

In the drinks department, Pisco sour is, of course, one of the main attractions and there’s also a long list of house cocktails (€9 each).

Read what’s on the menu at La Pachamama.

The bar is small but you won’t miss the bright, bright entrance and there’s a busy terrace.

Pisco sours at La Pachamama in Malaga
Pisco sours at La Pachamama in Malaga

Mains from €10


  • 678311157
  • Calle Beatas, 6
  • From 10€
  • Sun-Thurs 1.30-5pm & 8-12pm, Fri&-Sat 1.30-5pm & 8pm-1am, Mon closed
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