Food and drink
It’s not gourmet, but it’s authentic. Assorted croquettes (I love the spinach and pine nut), slices of Spanish omelette, anchovies in vinegar, Russian salad, Manchego cheeses, smoked Iberian hams, brochetas, mini burgers, pork chops, chicken fillets and steaks are the staples.
It’s loud and fun as everyone jostles to get the tapas from the trays as they’re brought around the tables and bar.
The staff are well-informed and friendly, if a little flustered during peak times.
It's in the heart of Marbella’s retail and commercial heart.
It’s usually about a euro per tapa. The ones with coloured sticks are 1.50.
Tables to book
Request to be near the kitchen - to get the first tapas off the trays.
There are other branches in Puerto Banús and Fuengirola. See the website for directions.
- Backpackers / Students
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- No fuss