Skina

Address: Calle Aduar 12, Old Town, Marbella, 29601, Spain
Telephone: +34 952 765 277

- Expensive

4.3

Modern fusion food in a contemporary setting… oh, with a Michelin star.

Having recently won its first Michelin star, Skina, a slang Andaluz way of saying ‘corner’, is becoming increasingly popular. I’ve been a big fan of the restaurant and its chef, Daniel Rosado, for several years though.

Food and drink
4.7
90%
Service
4
90%
Food and drink
4.7
90%
Value for money
4
90%
Ambience
4.2
90%
Location
4.4
90%

Food and drink

The Mediterranean fusion food is what it’s all about at Skina. The menu is short but its quality is undeniable. There’s a tasting menu, which I’d highly recommend so you can sample a bit of everything. The imaginatively-presented dishes are, where possible, made using Andalusian, seasonal ingredients. My favourites include the sardine bruschettas and red fruit timbale.

Ambience

The square, minimalist dining room, with sheer black furniture and white walls, has room for 16 diners, spread across four tables. It attracts a high-end, urban, professional crowd.

Service

The well-trained and trendy staff are spot on.

Location

It's a traditional white-washed corner building in the middle of the Old Town.

Price advice

The tasting menu and a mid-range bottle of wine comes to around 80 euros.

Recommended for

  • Couples
  • Foodies
  • Honeymooners
  • Romance
  • Special occasions
  • Trendiness

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