AN increasing number of restaurants in Malaga are serving food all day.
Adapting to the so-called ‘non-stop’ trend, they are staying open for 12 hours straight.
The new system means they are able to cater for stressed out executives who only get to eat lunch at 4.30pm, or the quirky northern European tourists who want supper at 6pm.
One of the first restaurants to bring in the trend is Le Grand Cafe, which has two eateries in Malaga city.
Claiming to be one of the biggest restaurants in Andalucia, at 800m2, the restaurant is open from 8am to 2am in the morning.
Staffed by 30 employees it takes up the entire ground floor of the Ibis hotel.
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