Tables spill out onto the attractive pedestrian street fronting this bright pine-wood-covered Middle Eastern restaurant that's a popular lunchtime spot for young Spanish students and shoppers. Falafel, kebabs, hummus, and tabbouleh salad are on the menu, along with a choice of 15 stuffed pita breads, spicy sausage, and a reasonable choice of wines. The location is ideal if you're sightseeing—it's between the cathedral and Picasso Museum, in the old part of town—and
it's a boon if you need a bite when everything else is closed (it's open 24/7).
Echegaray 8, Málaga, 29005, Spain