I ate here twice on a recent visit to Marbella. On my first visit, there were 10 of us eating a 7 course tasting menu with matching wines. The tasting menu was superb with chicken and foie gras layered terine as the highlight. The service was excellent for such a large group.
On My second visit, my partner and I ate from the a la carte menu. The food, service. attention to detail and wine on this visit was first class. The monkfish main was cooked and seasoned to perfection and was one of the best dishes I have tasted in a long time. The wine list is extremely well priced. I had a Sauvignon Blanc from Rueda that was majestic for €28.
Overall, this place has real class and if the standards can be slightly improved in food surely a second michelen star can be added.
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