Malagueño food is great and all, but there are numerous places all over the city where Italians have decided to settle in Spain and serve up authentic Italian food.
When you’re looking to take a break from all of the yellow-sand beaches and world-class art museums, check out these seven local restaurants as they serve the best pizzas in Malaga.
Best pizzas in Malaga
Terra Mia actually won the title of “Best Pizza in Malaga” this past year. One bit of their authentic Neapolitan pizzas and you’ll see why they’re the best in all of the South of Spain.
They serve their pizzas with a bit of a thicker crust than the traditional thin-crust pizzas you’ll find throughout the rest of the city. This, mixed with their incredibly fresh ingredients makes them the best pizzas in Malaga.
On top of that, the locale itself is cosy and feels like you’re visiting an authentic Italian kitchen.
If you’re looking for the best pizza in Malaga at a great price, head to Malapizza.
The pies they serve guests here are huge, which means you’re getting a high-quality taste (and lots of it) for an incredibly fair price.
The place itself is really down-to-earth and it’s a great place to meet locals.
This pizzeria is hard to miss, as the building is painted a bright green colour that seems to attract droves of tourists and locals alike.
If you’ve ever visited the Trastevere neighbourhood in Rome and tried the pizza there then you’ll have a pretty good idea of what to expect at this Malagueño restaurant.
They’ve been around for over 40 years now, and they’re famous for their pizzas and their desserts, so make sure you try both.
If you love visiting pizza bars that feature incredible interior design alongside their delicious cuisine, then book a table at Madi in Malaga.
This is perhaps one of the most stylish pizzerias in the entire city, and their pizzas don’t disappoint either.
Make sure to pair a pie with one of their tasty beers on the menu and settle in for a delicious dinner filled with flavours straight from Naples.
Wine and pizza go together like, well, wine and pizza! And, while Spanish wine is certainly outstanding in its own right, there’s nothing quite like a great bottle of Italian wine with fresh-baked pizza.
If you feel the same way, then book a table for dinner at Pizzeria Italiana Vittoria. Not only do they serve some of the best pizzas in Malaga, but they’ve also got a pretty impressive wine list.
End the evening with their famous tiramisu. You won’t regret it.
Saporito serves the best thick crust pizza in Malaga. The dough they use is soft and fluffy, which results in a perfectly thick pizza that’s packed full of flavour.
They market this pizza place as street food, which means it’s great if you’re hungry from sight-seeing and want to grab a slice of pizza on-the-go. Grab one of their sweet pastries too while you’re at it.
Travellers love Y Dice Matias for the way they bake their pizza crust. It always seems to come out extremely fresh and perfectly thick around the edges.
The exposed brick walls of this restaurant give it an extra cosy feel. This makes it one of the best places in Malaga for a date night.