We are very lucky in Grazalema to have such a large selection of bars and restaurants to choose from. Even if you holiday here for a week or more you could easily eat in a different place every night! With formal restaurants (Cadiz el Chico has Michelin recognition) alongside traditional tapas bars you can’t really go wrong whilst dining in Grazalema. Pretty much all menus here are written in Spanish, English, German and French so the language barrier is not a problem. The bars and restaurants in Grazalema are concentrated at the bottom of the village in the area of the Asomaderos car park and the main town square. Continue reading Where to eat in Grazalema – Bars and Restaurants.
This is an excellent choice for breakfasts, snacks and afternoon teas. Located on the street “Calle de las Piedras” 50 metres from the main square bar rotacapa serves up a good selection of mostly homemade pastries both savory and sweet. Try the Rotacapa toastie, toasted bread with virgin olive oil, Iberian ham and tomato. For veggies just ask for the same but without the ham.
The owner of this cafe also runs two beautiful self catering apartments located above the cafe. The interior is modern and well equipped and of course it’s convenient to pop downstairs for breakfast and a coffee!
Calle las piedras, 9
Tel: 856 58 60 66
If you are staying in Grazalema you will no doubt visit this place for Breakfast! opening at 7:30 am until 8 pm This bar is one of the most popular in Grazalema and on weekends it can be difficult to get a table. Fantastic breakfasts of toast, oil and tomato. Scrambled eggs and bacon or just order off the menu.
For lunch, this is one of the best informal places to eat. Located on the main square opposite the town hall, sitting outside it is a pleasure to watch the locals come and go and sample the excellent tapas and mixed plates… Try the avocado salad or the prawn salad, grilled tuna or pork stew. At Rumores you can’t really go wrong and there is plenty for vegetarians
Plaza de España
Located on the main square (Plaza España) tucked away in the corner, this little bar doesn’t get as much recognition as it should. Run by Claudio from Italy the home made paninis and pizzas couldn’t be better (After all they are been made by an Italian 🙂 ) There is a large selection of teas from all over the world and this is a great place for a light lunch or afternoon snack on the terrace under the shade. Give it a try, it’s well worth it.
Plaza España – Grazalema
Located in the small square “Plaza Andalucia” or Calle de Agua, at first glance this bar looks like a burger bar, and it is! More like a pub, this place is very popular with the locals and younger people. Burgers, hot dogs and toasted sandwiches are on the menu but this is also one of the best places for tapas. Try the “lagartitos”, strips of fried pork or the fried squid “chipirones”. Watch the people go by and soak up the atmosphere of a modern Spanish Tapas bar. Bar Kiboca is also one of the oldest in Grazalema. Started by three friends in 1979, Quiñones, Borrego y Caballero hence the name “Ki – Bo – Ca”
Calle Agua, 26, 11610 Grazalema, Málaga
687 55 42 21