Marbella Restaurants

Marbella-RestaurantsMarbella is no longer just a popular tourist destination of Costa del Sol for its fantastic micro climate and beach or golf clubs; over the years, it has earned its far-reaching reputation for a plethora of options for dining in some of the finest restaurants. From the old town Marbella, the Golden Mile to the San Pedro de Alcantara in the extreme west, you can find your choice of eateries.

In fact, the growth of tourism industry has pushed the entire restaurant business by serving a variety of cuisine from around the world. Restaurants in Marbella are known for their diverse range of seafood and the typically Andalucía cuisine, yet most of them also offers some mouth-watering international dishes for everybody’s interest.

Whether you are looking for a romantic meal, a close gathering or just a wish to experience the flavour of some quality cooking in a relax and an elegant environment, dining in Marbella is a treat that would certainly be an exciting day out for an avid gourmet. However, due to the tourist orientation, you might find all these a bit overpriced but a little stroll can land you at a place to suit every pocket.

Here is a list of some quality restaurants, located in different corners of the resort town, which may attract you for their stylish menu of classic dishes. Just keep in mind that at each place you will find something of their specialities representing food and cuisine as an integral part of Spanish culture.

El Patio de los Perfumes: Richly decorated with sumptuous furnishings, it is a multi-cuisine restaurant located in the Old Town of Marbella. Established in an old building along with live performances of flamenco music and dance, this offers an exceptional dining experience.

One can’t just resist trying some warm goat’s cheese, the beef carpaccio and the foie gras with caramelised apple. Besides, there are a range of international cuisines, a selection of deserts and a great wine list including a good choice of French wines.

Al Andalus: Located in the Estepona region of Marbella, this hotel restaurant is another choice where you can find almost a variety of food choices for your dinner in a tastefully decorated Mediterranean ambiance. With a first class international buffet and a la carte menu, Al Andalus is the best place to go.

El Rincón: Owned by one of Costa del Sol’s well-known hotelier Garry Waite, it’s a new addition to Marbella’s dining scene. With a lavishly beautiful setting, the restaurant marks a fashion statement while serving a mixture of classic dishes along with some modern Mediterranean specialities.

Duck and Chicken Liver Paté, Wild Mushroom Risotto, Grilled Fillet of Cód on chorizo potatoes, sundried tomatoes and wild mushrooms, Lobster Bisque with fresh lobster slices are some of its must try with a friendly and efficient service.

Avanti: There are quite a few Italian restaurants in Marbella; Avanti close to the Marcos Tennis Academy is a must stopover. Although the restaurant was built to provide service to tennis players of the academy, it is open to visitors and outsiders too. Traditional Italian cuisine and a good selection of meat and fish dishes are extremely attractive and a warm and attentive service may invite you to come here again.

Villa Tiberio: It is yet another Italian restaurant serving both traditional and modern Italian food. Moving just ahead of the Marbella Club hotel, on the right hand side of the Golden Mile, you will come across this great ambiance and elegant surrounding for a very special lunch or dinner. However, due to its popularity among tourists and locals, it’s tempts you for advancing booking, especially during summer.

Restaurante Antonio: If you search for some of the best seafood and excellent fish dishes, Antonio is the undoubtedly the best one. Situated in Puerto Banus, this restaurant is one of favourites of people who frequently visit Marbella.

Among the special Spanish restaurants, there are the Three Olivos and El Portalon to dish up some of the best local cuisines, along with an excellent selection of wines from all over Spain. Here you will find a good menu for Lunch and Dinner including the incomparable seafood paella along with sangria drink that is excellent to catch your gastronomic interest.

Again, if you search for any Indian restaurant, there are in fact quite a few: the Taj Mahal, the Khans (Puerto Banus), the Mumtaz (Benabola), and the Embassy (Nueva Andalucia) serve some of finest cuisines from India. The chefs here use all those traditional ingredients to create an amazing end result which characterize the authenticate taste of Indian food.

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