Pitufo Mixto – ¿Sombra o Mitad?– Zumo de Naranja
We prepared a list of nice breakfast restaurants in Málaga for you. The city offers all different types. You can have a very traditional, a typical or an international breakfast.
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It is very typical to order a “Pitufo Mixto”, a coffee for example “Sombra” and an orange juice “Zumo de naranja”. The Malaguenos call their type of bread “Pitufo”, Sombra is one of the 10 different types of Málaga coffee made of a little bit more milk than coffee and the “Zumo de naranja” people love to drink fast before the breakfast. Orange juice is always fresh pressed in every breakfast place in Málaga. Furthermore the orange season started and you can get the most tasty fruit juices now in the winterseason.
If you go on traveling in Andalusia or Spain it is important to know that the different types of coffee and bread names like Pitufo are only used and known in the province Málaga. The neighbour province like Cádiz do not use this words, they have other descriptions for their bread and coffee.
This is our recommendation of spanish breakfast places:
La Recova (Pje Ntra. Sra. De los Dolores de San Juan 5) – It is very old style & typical spanish.
Very international & typical spanish:
Rey Negro Caffé (Calle Strachan 11) – Italian cafeteria in the city center.
La Bella Julieta (Calle Puerta del Mar 20) – There are different typs of bread, coffes, cakes and more.
Cafeteria Dulces Dreams (Plaza de los Mártires Ciriaco y Paula 6) – There is a roof terrace in front of the church.
Café de L´Abuela (Calle Echegaray 9) – Traditional café next to the theater that serves meals and cakes.
Santa Canela, Café/Crepería (Soho: Calle Tomás Heredi) – Artisanal roasted coffee, tea and infusions, sandwiches, crepes and more.