Restaurants in Tolox
Since the village receives a decent number of visitors every year, Tolox restaurants are able to thrive well. Most of them serve traditional dishes like bolo , cazuela de samandoña, empanadillas, gazpacho, maimones, pan de higo “pintao, roscos, sopeao, and tortas de aceite.
Some of the restaurants in town are:
Restobar La Alberca - Located along the town’s main thoroughfare, Calle Encina, this establishment serves lamb, pork cheeks, and a wide selection of fish dishes. They also feature a soup of the day. Since the place doubles as a bar at night, Alberca also serves those tasty tapas. You’ll find them open starting from 11am until the day ends. (phone: 952487335)
Asador de Pollos La Tinaja - As the name of the place translates in English, the specialty here is roasted chicken. With the abundance of chicken and the locals’ love for chicken meat, such establishments are common all over Malaga. Also located along Encina, they may be contacted through phone number 952487316.
Bar Restaurante La Rustica - This restobar is located near the southern outskirts of Tolox, along Avenida de la Carretera del Balneario. It’s actually close to the spa and is easily recognizable with its green and white facade. If you’ve brought along a pet, then you’ll be happy to know your furry friend’s welcome here. (phone: 952487205)
Cerro del Hijar - If you’re looking for a restaurant that’s already part of a hotel to save on travel time, then we recommend this place along Camino del Balneario. The fare here is primarily Andulasian. You’ll love the splendid views of the scenic Park Sierra de las Nieves. (phone: 952 112 111)
Obrador de Panadería y Pastelería, Salón de Té San Roque - Located along Calle Balneario 4, this bakery/restaurant serves pies, cakes and pastries, and is ideal for having snacks or even breakfast. They are open from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm, then resume from 6pm to 9pm. You might be happy to know that they offer free wi-fi and are air-conditioned. (phone: 952487218)
Cakes and pastries served in Tolox restaurants are typically made of nuts and dried fruit. Remember those tapas we mentioned earlier? You can enjoy these delicious finger-foods either for snacks or to accompany your favorite alcoholic drink.