Check the blackboard outside this long-standing and reliably good restaurant for the day's specialties and the long list of tapas. There's comfortable seating outside on the terrace or in an attractive pine-clad interior with bare brick columns, wood beams, and an inviting bar (tapas €1.50). The menu includes familiar Andalusian standbys like steaks and lamb chops, along with fish dishes and more international options, including deep-fried Camembert with strawberry preserves
and goat cheese, all in large portions. Julio's is popular with the local business community at midday, so get here early if you want a table for lunch.
C. Cristo 7, Nerja, 29780, Spain