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“Lunch”

Ciaboga Restaurante
Ranked #619 of 1,458 Restaurants in Marbella
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
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Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Reviewed May 5, 2014

Stopped here for lunch and opted for the Menu of the Day - 20 euro's each, three course.
A good setting in the square, efficient service and pleasant food. Although it could be cheaper elsewhere you are paying for the location. Good choice of items on the menu. The food was well cooked and presented and was tasty. It was all home cooked and the chocolate mousse to finish off the meal was truly delightful. Overall a good experience.

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Thank Kenneth J
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Reviewed October 10, 2013 via mobile

A nice place to sit out, although don't expect much from the food as the taste is average.
Clean food service is ok food came hot.

Thank MohamedShater
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Reviewed September 27, 2013

We visited this restraunt twice during our stay and on both occasions we had Tapas. The food was very nice, the service was polite and friendly and the location was good.

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Thank Adam_eteo01
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Reviewed September 14, 2013

Cpiaboga was where my friend and I ended up having our lunch on our first day in Marbella last week. Not really knowing where to go, it looked nice and was situated in orange square. The service was good and we opted for the tapas. The range of choices was good and whilst it was all tasty, it was not amazing. Plus, it was probably a little more expensive as it was in a touristy area. The sangria was really good and we enjoyed sipping that over lunch. Nice, tasty but nothing out of this world.

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Thank brownbearLeeds
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Reviewed September 2, 2013

Overall this is a very good restaurant. Tapas are their speciality, but it is one of the more expensive places in the old town. You pay, of course for the setting, in the Plaza de los Naranjos. The actual restaurant is in a side street but all the tables are in the main square.

Tapas are all very fresh. We had Jamon Iberico for 20euros, manchego for 10.50 euros, langoustines for 19.50 and a bottle of house red for 17.70. The langoustines were excellent, very fresh and perfectly cooked. I don't like the fact that virtually all restaurants charge for bread with butter. Why do they all do this? First, bread and butter is crassly touristy and secondly, why charge? I had to ask for the olive oil which is pathetic in spain where it is a national staple.

Service is prompt, friendly and they suggest things to try, which I liked.

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Thank RobbyJBridlington
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