Where to Eat in Marbella

Where to Eat in Marbella, Marbella, Spain (B)

As one of Costa del Sol’s most popular beach destinations, you might expect the food in Marbella to be overpriced and mediocre. But even though the vast majority of restaurants cater to tourists, there are still great places to eat in Marbella you won’t want to miss.

Bodeguita El Torero is located on one of the most popular streets of Old Town Marbella. They offer good cocktails, sangria, and a huge variety of Andalusian dishes ranging from oxtail to shrimp along with everything in between. It’s basically impossible to leave hungry, as the portions are not tapas-sized, which is good because they’re definitely not tapas-priced. An order of patatas alone can feed a family of four. It’s relaxed and great for people watching.

MIA CAFE is another Old Town café with an incredible menu. It has a bit of a tiki bar vibe with plenty of outdoor seating, and occasionally, a dog named Tinto that hangs around. If you’re not bringing a big appetite, you can order six small tapas from the bar (not the menu) for €10. The location is excellent, just off the Plaza de los Naranjos, nestled on the corner of two adorable alleys so you have beautiful views all around no matter where you sit. Notable menu items include the tuna tartar with mango and avocado, the huevo roto, and the croquettes. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Where to Eat in Marbella
Guide Location: Spain » Marbella
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Ana Montano
Read it on Author's Website: https://www.gnometrotting.com/where-to-eat-in-marbella/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Bodeguita El Torero
  • MIA CAFE
  • Kanaloa
  • Bar Francisco
  • Churreria Generalife
  • Pasteleria Cantero