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Restaurants in Antequera, dining guide
When we visit Antequera, we’ll also surely want to enjoy its food and typical dishes, the culinary inheritance of the different villages that have lived in this area has left us a rich varied gastronomy that all the visitors will enjoy and appreciate.
In Antequera, the use of cereals, legumes, vegetables and of course the olive oil predominate. We’ll find dishes like the ones we’ll mention below and that we recommend to try in any place of the Malaga province, specially in Antequera:
- Antequera style 'Porra': A cold thick soup made with legumes and olive oil that can be accompanied with hard boiled egg, tunna and serrano ham.
These are only some of the most typical dishes of the Antequera cuisine although we can highlight others made with hunted animals like rabbit, kid or fish like the stuffed fresh anchovies.
The confectionery is another important part of the gastronomy in Antequera:
- 'Bienmesabe' and ‘Angelorum’: Typical cakes made by confectioners and nuns from the convents.
Probably one of the most popular elements in this municipality is its bread, the well-known ‘Mollete Antequerano’, which is in fact an originally Arab bread, slightly under baked, handmade and with an exquisite taste, you mustn’t forget to ask for this bread when you go to eat in Antequera.
Some of the most well-known restaurants in Antequera
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