Large Variety, English Friendly, Wine, Cheese
Would We Come Back?
Definitely, so much more to try! Also would love to have dinner on the waterfront!
Our first night in Spain, we just had to get a selection of 5 Spanish cheeses! The torta de barros ended up being a huge hit; I loved the smooth melty consistency. If you picked it up, it would have oozed down, NOMS! We also had manchego, a sharp hard cheese that might possibly be my favorite in all the world. Then there was tetilla, (Brad's favorite), cabrales (a blue cheese), and a less aged manchego. The cheese plate was pure heaven and a LOT of food! That alone (sharing with Brad) was a meal in and of itself. We also got several types of bread and crackers to go along with the cheese.
Bacon and cheese always get us; next we got a montadito (I would call it a Spanish bruschetta) with bacon, goat cheese, and fried onion. I wasn't sure if it would come out hot or cold, but it was toasted so it was soooo good!! The fried onion added crispiness and oniony goodness to the creaminess of the montadito. We ordered the smaller of the 2 sizes, but it was a pretty large portion for the price.
I really loved Gorki and would love to go back and try ALL of the small portion dishes. A couple of days later, Brad and I discovered another location on the waterfront. It would have been beautiful to dine at, but even our outdoor seating in town was nice. We'll just have to go back to Malaga!
Hours: Not sure, but TripAdvisor says it's open for brunch, lunch, and dinner.