Wednesday 31 May 2017

La Canasta, Málaga: a Review

La Canasta is my favourite coffee haunt when in the city of Málaga. This particular branch of the small provincial chain is extremely handy for the largest El Corte Inglés department store in the city. I have never been when the place is not packed and the waiters are run dogged; but they are fair and serve each in turn. In actuality, one is served very rapidly.

On this occasion we were ready for our first shot of caffeine for the day and the milk that we did not have on the cereal we missed by setting off to the city as early as possible. Each café con leche cost €1.35, was hot, strong and delicious.

[Image Description: coffee in a logo'd cup with an almost demolished cake]

Of course, it would have been rude to visit a pâtisserie (amongst other things) without sampling the cakes. My companion tried the new Bracito Pio X and I opted for natural mousse café-turrón. Each at €2,15, they were delicious and nought went back to the kitchen.

Refreshed and sated, we paid as quickly as we had ordered and set off to do our shopping…

Highly recommended.

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