Dining at the Puente Romano, Marbella Golden Mile
| 30th Oct
The 5-star Puente Romano Beach Resort and Spa must be congratulated for creating a ‘luxury village’ destination on Marbella’s Golden Mile. The visionary owner and hotel management team are attracting top entertainment and dining brands to the resort and making it truly a one-stop destination where you can seamlessly move from sipping aperitifs, to a top class restaurant and then to a nightclub without leaving the resort.
He is possibly one of the most talked about chefs in Andalucia, if not in Spain and his passion for Spanish cuisine in his own inimitable style has established his eponymous Dani García restaurant at the Puente Romano as one of the ‘must visit’ Michelin-starred restaurants on the Costa del Sol. Bibo is another of his restaurants within the Puente Romano resort,
The opening of a Nobu restaurant in Marbella has been one of the most talked about events of Summer 2017. The world-famous restaurant chain, created by famous Japanese chef Nobuyuki ‘Nobu’ Matsuhisa opened its doors at the Puente Romano in June serving its signature dish Black Cod in Miso alongside other delicacies.
The Monkey Club
This new venue from Marbella’s Restaurante Casamono, offers an informal ambience with a Mediterranean influenced menu. Open every day from 19.30hrs to midnight it has both indoor and outdoor seating. It’s an ideal place to meet up after work with friends or hold a party. You can reserve tables, but guests without reservations are also welcome, provided there is sufficient room.
The arrival of this famous Ibiza brand in Marbella is exciting and it promises honest, great tasting food in a warm relaxed environment. Situated at the Puente Romano’s beach, it is a fabulous spot to enjoy the sea views from the comfort of a sun lounger whilst sipping a refreshing drink.
La Térrasse by La Suite
La Suite has been one of the most sophisticated nightspots in Marbella for some years and it recently opened a new open-air venue that is renowned for its promotion of leading DJs. The luxury venue is annexed to La Suite and its doors are open until 6am.
With its fantastic beachside location and exquisite décor, the Sea Grill is a firm favourite with fans of fish dishes. Its Sunday buffet is extremely popular and attracts the crowds, so make sure you book in advance.
And that is not all of the eateries at the Puente Romano, there is also Celicioso, which specialises in gluten-free products, Rachel’s, a tranquil space surrounded by gardens where you can enjoy a delicious cocktail made with natural fruits and vegetables, the Thai Gallery and Serafina, a wonderful, modern Italian restaurant. The Puente Romano truly is a special spot in Marbella for lovers of great cuisine.