7. El Último Mono Juice & Coffee
Calle Santa María, 9
A chalkboard where you can choose and share your favorite and least favorite TV shows is one of the latest inventions on display at El último mono juice & coffee. It is a cafe situated in the heart of Málaga that provides a contemporary touch on a street that in between souvenir shops, a local hardware store called la Cereria Zalo is located, where you can purchase images of saints, religious candles or your hooded outfit for Holy Week.
The owners and employees will probably chat your ear off asking you about your day, so just go with it. There you can enjoy shakes, smoothies and freshly squeezed juices, as well as a chai tea or a delicious coffee that you can drink alongside a mustache shaped, chocolate filled, or chili flaked cookie, along with more excellent homemade treats. Everything can be eaten at the shop or can be taken to go if you are in a hurry or want to provide breakfast for your co-workers.
There you can enjoy shakes, smoothies and freshly squeezed juices, as well as a chai tea or a delicious coffee that you can drink alongside a mustache shaped, chocolate filled, or chili flaked cookie, along with more excellent homemade treats. Everything can be eaten at the shop or can be taken to go if you are in a hurry or want to provide breakfast for your co-workers.
And if you want to go back for seconds…
Beyond these seven places to have breakfast in Málaga, the capital of the coast offers much more that you can choose from. In the city center, you can swing by Cafe con Libros (Coffee with books), a staple of Málaga located in the middle of Plaza de la Merced where you can enjoy delicious teas and coffees along with crepes and sandwiches. In another square, popularly called De Camas (of beds), you can find
In another square, popularly called De Camas (of beds), you can find Recyclo Bike Shop, where you can taste the classic mixed pitufo (a breakfast sandwich) from Málaga, in addition to scrambled eggs on toast or a fruit salad.
Closely located in another square called La Marina, you can find Cafe de Estraperlo, where you can try yummy cakes and the classic mixed pitufo from Málaga, and La Bella Julieta, a modern cafe where the highlights are the variety of sweets, cakes, brownies and even waffles.
Next to the Plaza Los Martires you can find Dulces & Dreams Hostel, there they have delicious homemade cakes and a stupendous brunch with bagels, sweets, coffee, and orange juice, and one more surprise, when the weather is nice your order will be served in a precious box so you can take it up to the terrace.
On Alamos street, you can enjoy Noviembre and their delicious sandwiches that are available for vegetarians, vegans, meat lovers or for whomever and on Carreteria street you can also enjoy Brunch it, with luscious fruit smoothies and bread with poppy seeds, sesame, flax, millet, and squash and sesame seeds. There they offer toast like the kind that exists in New York, made up of tomato, avocado, and eggs benedict.
Of course, you always have the option to enjoy the sun in Málaga next to the beachside neighborhood of Pedregalejo at the restaurant La Galerna, where having a tasty glass of orange juice and a multigrain toast with tomato, eggs and avocado while looking at the sea will make you question why you don’t live in Málaga so you can enjoy this kind of breakfast every day.
English version of the article “Los mejores desayunos de Málaga”, written by N. Sánchez / Spain Food Sherpas for traveler.es (10/01/17).