Situated right on the banks of the Conde de Guadalhorce reservoir and just a few kilometers from El Chorro, this once tiny bar (kiosko) serving drinks in the 1950’s is now an enormous bar restaurant with a capacity for over 400 people eating at the same time.
With plenty of parking and fantastic views of the surrounding scenery and just opposite access down to the lake. you are only a a five minute walk taking you to the reservoir dam and past the kings chair cut from Stone.
Restaurant Kioskos menu is extensive and serves traditional meat dishes such as pork cheeks, wild boar in red wine and grilled lamb chops. There are plenty of salads and egg based dishes for vegetrians and the home made puddings and sweets are of exceptional quality. Flans, the house pudding, crema catalana) homemade coconut cake and homemade almond tart to name just a few. The owners and staff are very friendly and experienced so a stop over here for lunch or dinner is well worth it. All in all a highly recommended place to eat close to El Chorro, the Camino del Rey and Guadalhorce reservoirs.
El Kiosko website is in Spanish but its worth a look to get an idea of the place and the photos of the food and surroundings speak for themselves.