No need to travel all the way to Malaga to enjoy delicious food. There’s a sufficient selection of Casabermeja restaurants where you can enjoy good food amidst the pleasing rural ambiance. Here are some of them.
Puerta De Malaga Asador Restaurante - This restaurant along Paseo Puerto de la Horca specializes in mouth-watering grilled food. They cook the meat in a wooden oven, giving it a unique appealing taste. You can enjoy your meal or drinks in either the patio or the tavern. (phone: 952 758 554).
Restaurante Casabermeja - Located outside the town proper, this restaurant can be found along the Autovia Malaga-Madrid, at Km 15. They specialize in mountain dishes like stuffed pumpkins, mushrooms, egg plant with cane honey, Malaga rock salmon, and lobster, among others. (phone: 952 758 425)
La Posada - You can find this establishment in the southern tip of the town proper, along Calle Real. Try their cabbage dishes, rabbit in garlic, and fried bread crumbs. If you’re looking for a place to stay, this establishment also accepts lodging. (phone: 952 758 229)
Casa Caña - Also found along Calle Real, this restaurant serves fried bread crumbs, callos (these are made up of pigs’ trotters and snouts), steak, fried cod, and omelettes. (phone: 952 758 404).
El Lagar de Pepe - Located along the road connecting Casabermeja and Villanueva de la Concepcion, this restaurant is part of a rural hotel with a whitewashed facade. For your alcoholic beverages and other refreshments, they also have a bar. (phone: 952 758 296).
El Puerto - This place along Paseo Puerto De La Horca serves delectable seafood and meat dishes coupled with a nice selection of Spanish wine from their very own cellar. We highly recommend their "boquerón victoriano" de Málaga, grilled shrimp, and clams, as well as their selection of homemade sweets/desserts. (phone: 952 758 077).
Pizzería Nuevo MontBlanc - Had enough of those Spanish dishes? How about some Italian and American food for a change? This place along Paseo Puerto de la Horca serves pizza, hamburger, ice cream, and other non-Spanish food. (phone: 952 758 218).
Bar Restaurante Alba - This resto bar is also found along Paseo Puerto De La Horca. Before you start drinking, you might want to stuff your stomach with their mouth-watering tapas and steak. You can find Bar Alba at the corner of Puerto de la Horca, right beside the Heladeria Mont Blanc Cafeteria/Pizzeria. (phone: 952 758 232)
La Romana - Another bar that can be found along the same street. They serve breakfast and lunch here. (phone: 952 758 318).
Nearly all pubs and bars in Casabermeja serve bite-sized finger-foods known as tapas. They go well with your favorite alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage. One way to enjoy tapas is by pairing each kind of tapa with a certain kind of beverage. When you move on to the next tapa, move on to the next beverage as well.
The best way to do this is by bar-hopping. In which case, you may have one pair of drink and tapas for every bar you hop into. Unlike in the big Spanish cities, there are still some establishments here that serve drinks with free tapas.
Normally, people go to the bars not earlier than 11 PM. The peak hour is usually at around 3 AM, slowly tapering down until 6 AM