Reviews

Flamenco Dancing
a Big Hit


Proprietors

Ramiro Rodriguez
Angela Rodriguez


Spain Comes to Trenton

If you don't have airfare to Spain, Malaga Restaurant will make you feel you are there by providing authentic Spanish dance and music performed by the worlds best entertainers.

Julia Lopez, a native of Spain, has been spellbinding audiences all over the world for many years. She has appeared in cinema as well as the stage. Now she is bringing Flamenco Dancing on the first and third Wednesday of each month to our restaurant. Ms. Lopez specializes in traditional Flamenco Dancing and also invites the audience to come on stage and participate. If you need further instructions, she has a school in Philadelphia.

Carlos Rubio began guitar studies at thirteen and lived in Spain for ten years. He has accompanied such notables as Cir, Carmen Mora and Jose Greco. He was awarded a Gold Medal in Madrid for his Flamenco Music. He has appeared at the Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. When not giving solo recitals, he accompanies Ms. Lopez on her tours and engagements.


 

Philadelphia Inquirer

"Although the dining room is beautifully appointed, the superb food-served in enormous portions at moderate price-is the main attraction.

Paella a la Valenciana ($13.95), an unforgettable entree, was a large cast-iron pan literally, overflowing with rich, sunshine yellow saffron rice, sliced chorizo, chunks of falling off -the-bone-tender chicken, a small lobster split down the middle, three soft mussels and clams and large handfuls of whole shrimp and sea scallops, all brightly decorated with emerald peas, bright red pimentos, clumps of parsley and wedges of lemon."

Princeton Packet

"Our other choice is the house specialty, Camarones en Salsa de Vino ($13.95). It consisted of Jumbo shrimp cooked in an excellent dipping good wine sauce. The shrimp were abundant and cooked to perfection."


Trenton Times

"One of the more amazing presentations, though, is the pork chop dinner, with three perfectly cooked chops, rice, carrots, Spanish potatoes marvelously crisp fried chips that you can eat with your fingers."


Courier Times

"The lengthy menu leans heavily to seafood but don't neglect beef, chicken, veal or pork.

Don't think "spicy" when you think Spanish, but, rather, think wine, mushrooms, lemon, saffron, onions, tomato and lots of garlic."

"Malaga provides an outstanding and flavorful return on your dining dollar don't miss it."


Summary:
We serve a wide variety of Spanish dishes prepared with care and served with grace and flair. Our walls are decorated with Spanish fans, posters and artwork. We have an ample and well-lit parking lot.

A trip to Spain isn't necessary to enjoy Spanish or Portuguese cuisine and culture. Please give us a try, we know you will be pleasantly surprised. We also offer desserts, and excellent wine list, reasonably priced and daily specials.

This newsletter is a special invitation to you. Bring this letter with you and received a

10% discount on dinners for two

Monday thru Thursday

($12.00 cover for Flamenco Show)

Reservations Required for Flamenco Show