Food and drink
The menu is based around traditional dishes from Asturias in the north of Spain, such as baby suckling pig with blanched asparagus, which are given flavoursome Andalusian touches and a contemporary ‘lift’ with creative presentation. There’s a huge selection of Spanish wines in the bodega, or cellar.
There’s a grand and timeless feel about the place. The rustic chandeliers, deep red and terracotta walls, and immaculately-set dark wood tables and chairs, plus the well-to-do (mainly upper middle class Spaniards) clientele give the impression you’re in a rather elegant country house.
My only gripe would be the service can be slow and the waiters, although very knowledgeable about the food and wine, seem a little reluctant to share their recommendations.
It's on the outskirts of Benalmadena old town. Take the Mijas Pueblo exit of the A-7 road.
It is one of the most expensive places to eat in the area. Lunch for two will probably set you back about 100 euros in the main restaurant, but there is a tapas bar, which is considerably cheaper.
Tables to book
Aim to get near the windows to see the magnificent views.
- Mature travellers
- Great views / scenery
- Special occasions