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Sunday Roast At La Sala

Having eaten at La Sala in Puerto Banus on many occasions, one of the few things we had not tried as yet was their famous Sunday lunch. Well thankfully we soon resolved that issue last week as we spent Sunday afternoon enjoying a delicious Sunday roast. It was the very end of October yet unbelievably the sun was still shining and it was hot enough to sit out on the lovely terrace at La Sala. Having initiall ...

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Uni Restaurant at Puente Romano

Uni restaurant at the Puente Romano Hotel in Marbella is part of an elite chain located at some of the most prestigious locations around the world. The setting at the Puente Romano certainly falls within this remit, situated overlooking the ‘Plaza’ with neighbours such as Dani Garcia’s Bibo, Joe's Bar and Thai Gallery. Uni is pronounced ‘oo-ni’ and is the Japanese word for sea urchin. However, Uni is not a ...

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La Sala in the Sky

Some of you may have dined in some of the best restaurants in the world or eaten in some of the most exotic locations on the planet, but have you eaten at 50 metres in the sky strapped into your seat? La Sala in the Sky is brand new to Marbella for the summer season and offers a totally unique dining experience. Brought to you in association with Dinner in the Sky, this concept has already proved incredibly ...

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Karma Beach

Karma Beach Marbella is a new Beach Club run by the same lovely people who had Yamas Greek Restaurant in the centre of Marbella. It is located right on the beach at Costabella, which is the turning just after El Rosario, between Marbella and Elviria. It's a beautiful setting, with white décor and white beach sails. There is an inside area, a large terrace with plenty of shade, and a lounge area with sofas a ...

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Benisty Restaurant San Pedro

San Pedro de Alcantara is becoming a diner’s paradise with new restaurants opening up on what seems like a weekly basis. The latest addition to what we are now calling 'The San Pedro Strip' is one of the most impressive yet. Benisty (named after its owner) is a trendy new 'gastro' restaurant. It's sleek black seating, low level lighting (with a hint of purple), huge wine cellar located behind a glass screen ...

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Casa Tua Review

Recently we decided to go for dinner in Marbella Old Town. Each time we go there, we say “We must come here more often”. The tiny streets are an assortment of culinary delights, catering for every taste and budget. Casa Tua is one we have passed on many occasions, marveling at the setting and at how romantic it looks. With lots of outdoor seating, it feels like a backstreet in Cannes in the South or France, ...

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