Il Laboratorio – The Appliance of Science

Apr 23, 2012 No Comments by

I was making one of my cultural pit stops to Malaga the other week (the Tyssen Gallery if you want to know. They have a major exhibition on at the moment “Paraisos y paisajes” which is well worth a look) All “arted up” for another month I decided to have a wander around Malaga, which again, is one of my favourite ways of wasting an afternoon. And that is how I stumbled across Il Laboratorio. It’s located on a small plaza so there are tables outside but I went inside to the bar area. There were a couple of student types having swift canas, a girl who looked like a Boho version of Dora the Explorer surfing intently on her laptop and a few guys in suits having coffees. The specials where on a large blackboard wall and there is a separate restaurant upstairs. I loved the bar area though, with its dark wood and chrome throughout.  From midday there is a wide range of tapas as well as typical Italian dishes and of course pizzas. And I can’t wait to get back there in summer and check out the terrace at night. A wine list with more than 18 types by the glass deserves further investigation. I think I’ll make Il Laboratorio my new Malaga meeting place.

Il Laboratorio

Plaza San Pedro Alcantara
ES-Open 7 days, 12 – 24 Malaga, Malaga

0034 952 224 998 |

About the reviewer, Giles Brown

Based in Marbella since the mid 80s, Giles has been involved in all forms of the media for over 20 years, and as a magazine editor for national business and lifestyle publications his work has appeared in The Times, Daily Mail, Sunday Times Travel Magazine and City Player Magazine. With an unrivalled reputation as a professional lunch guest, Giles is an inevitable fixture on Marbella's social scene...
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