It was the first time I had seen a peanutty cake in Anahi, Puerta del Mar, so just had to try it. Very creamy top layer with whole – well, half – peanuts embedded in it, very tasty and very filling as one might expect.
Strikingly pink, so I just had to see if the taste lived up to the visual aspect. Nice darker, thicker topping, a light, very creamy and fluffy centre, thicker jam layer and tasty base. Overall, much lighter than it maybe looks at first sight and delicious. Anahi, calle Puerta del Mar: €5 for coffee and cake.
A fruity and nutty offering at Anahi, calle Puerta del Mar, Nerja.
I expect it has a fancy name but I’m just going to call it a Big Jam Tart. Moist, suitably gooey filling and very tasty. Coffee plus Big Jam Tart, €4.50 at Anahi, calle Puerta del Mar.
As I approached the doorway of Anahi on Sunday I spied a nice looking sponge cake, but as I entered I was suddenly drawn to this rather colourful offering. Multi-layers of different colours and flavours with a large dollop of creamI just had to try it. I had intended to test out the new Mad Hatter’s Tea Room on calle Jaén but it is closed on Sundays. Another day.
Light and fluffy with a creamy layer of filling, a coconut topping and a flaky base. Very tasty but also very difficult to manage, even with a knife and fork, as it crumbled with consummate ease. Coffee and cake, €4.50 at Anahi.
As usual, excellent stuff at Anahi on calle Puerta del Mar. It’s nice to be able to browse at, say, Anahi and then nip across the road to Calahonda bakery and then choose location according to what they have and what you then fancy.
I have always liked Anahi on calle Puerta del Mar so popped in to try (another) one of their delicious cakes.