Casa Juan Review
Thanks to the malagueño families who flock here on weekends for the legendary fresh seafood, this restaurant has been steadily increasing its capacity. Now seating 170 inside and 150 outside, the complex is in an attractive square, one line back from the seafront. Try for a table overlooking the mermaid fountain. This is a good place to indulge in fritura malagueña (fried seafood) or arroz marinera (seafood with rice), one of 11 different rice dishes prepared here; others include lobster rice, vegetable rice, and black rice flavored with squid ink. The generous set menus feature different types of seafood, fish or rice dishes. Service can be brisk and impersonal.
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