Best Restaurants In Marbella Old TownMarbella · 7 Items · Johnny Gates · View in Story Mode
Handpicked by a Marbella Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Restaurants In Marbella Old Town'.
Every trip to Marbella has to include at least a couple of nights dining under the stars with the heady scent of Orange blossom and Dama de Noche. Here is your guide to whats best in the Old Town, and even a few tips on what to miss.
Marbella Old Town is a foodie paradise, with something for everyone. It's always worth a good long wander to find your favourite dining spots, but I would recommend not getting too excited about the dining on Orange Square, it's a gorgeous spot but you will be better off for your sojourn to the famous square by just sticking to a nice coffee or ice cream and spending your food money on one of the amazing places on my list.
The Orange Tree Restaurant, run by Frank and Irene, is one of the most quaint and inviting restaurants in Old Town Marbella. Located on the East side of Orange Square, you will immediately feel welcomed and comfortable, with a smiling face always there to greet you and a light and airy atmosphere to enjoy simply delicious food. The Orange Tree is without hesitation a must visit! The Chef is... More info
Casanis has become a favourite of both residents and visitors of Marbella for its traditional French cuisine with a contemporary twist and the charming decor. Tucked away like a hidden gem on Calle Ancha in the old town, the French bistro is in a beautiful building that is 150 years old and is picturesque with plants and flowers climbing the walls outside and expertly painted murals adorning th... More info
Restaurante Skina is nestled in the old town of Marbella. Established in 2005 and awarded a Michelin Star in 2008, their Mediterranean avant-garde cuisine is created by using only the finest produce, with avant-garde, modern and creative flavours and blending contrasts creating interesting and vibrant dishes. Open for lunch and dinner, the kitchen highlights classic Andalucian cuisine, whilst m... More info
Located in the old town in Marbella, Altamirano is a well known seafood and tapas bar that is loved by locals and tourists alike. This is a true taste of Marbella's restaurant culture and allows tourists a chance to sample the best of local produce, fresh from the Mediterranean waters. Each night, they serve freshly caught fish and shellfish that you can select yourself from the tank. Your choi... More info
Casa Tua, ran by a husband and wife duo, serves the finest in Italian cuisine, using the freshest seasonal ingredients teamed with friendly hospitality. The menu was created to encompass our Mediterranean environment, but inspired by the world. The restaurant has a picturesque outside terrace with seating for 30 and for those cold winter evenings, there is cozy inside seating for 25 people.... More info
Situated off the beaten track down a narrow alley in the centre of Marbella's old town, you may be hard pushed to find Bar El Estrecho yet it is one of the most acclaimed tapas bars in Marbella. Founded in 1954 and family run, the owners here certainly know their pil pil from their fino. We are quite happy that it's a bit off the beaten track though as it certainly is a hidden gem! Like m... More info
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