It’s a safe bet that there aren’t many restaurants in Andalusia – or anywhere else in Spain for that matter – where you can tuck into a kangaroo steak at the same time as watching a live flamenco show. This imaginative combination of artistic and culinary pleasures defines the dining experience at Vino Mío, a super-friendly late-night restaurant with huge personality. Other standout dishes are a succulent, perfectly-seasoned medallion of South African crocodile, and cod with a decadent cream cheese sauce. Deliciously sweet wines sourced from nearby in Málaga province complete one of the most inventive and exciting menus in the city. Watch how many of these you put away though, because at the end of the show the dancer selects diners to come up and try their flamenco skills – an experience which, when combined with the classy cooking and charming service, makes an evening at Vino Mío truly unforgettable.