This place is a feast both for the stomach and the eyes.
Fiel de Fechos, tucked away in a small side street between the Cathedral and the bustling Calle Granada, can only be described in one way: spectacular.
Roses on the ceiling invite you in, then bright lights and zany 70s patterns lead you to one of the ornate bar stools or tables.
Should you need the toilet, first you must pass through the devil’s mouth.
Wherever you look, there’s an item that catches your attention. And that includes the menu.
There is a vast selection of cocktails available, all served in their own unique way, whether inside a monkey’s head or a magician’s hat.
Likewise, sharing plates are presented in a very Instagram-friendly fashion. The baos, for example, are served in a Buddha’s belly, while the deconstructed tortilla comes in an enormous eggshell.
And perhaps you’d like to finish off your visit with dessert, served in a cafetière, bathed in dry ice? Why not?
Fiel de Fechos is definitely worth a visit – even if it’s only to take a few snaps, as it’s on the pricey side.
Daryl is the co-founder of Malaga Guru. He is a copywriter, editor and translator who moved to Malaga a decade ago having first fallen in love with the city on his Erasmus year. After working for many years at local expat newspaper SUR in English, Daryl gained expert knowledge in life from the perspective of foreign residents and decided to co-found this site in 2016.