Views come into their own at El Ambigu de la Coracha, perched on the hillside under the Gibralfaro Castle. The light and airy space with tables and chairs that could well have come from your own dining room, has giant picture windows (open in summer) with panoramic views of the city and port.
- Mon-Sat 1pm-midnight, Sun 1-4pm
- Campos Eliseos 14 (walk up from General Torrijos next to the MUPAM museum, from the walk up to the Gibralfaro or through the tunnel near Calle Victoria. Or get a taxi to the Campos Eliseos.)
The menu takes you locally, regionally and internationally with an eclectic choice from cheese plates and king prawn ceviche with avocado for starters to red curry, grilled squid and a flamenquín (fried Iberian pork roll) with a generous serving of Idiazabal cheese for mains. Good choice of wines including (and you don’t see this very often) Botani wine by the glass. Complimentary olive oil tasting and glass of sweet Malaga wine with your dessert.