Casanis
Calle Ancha, 8, 29601 Marbella, Málaga
952 90 04 50

Food: Creative cuisine
Average Price: 45€

Score: 4
It was decorated with fantasy murals, plants and rustic woods, and a live art workshop.

Casanis:

Casanis is a lovely French bistro in a stunning historic building in one of Marbella Old Town’s prettiest streets – Calle Ancho. You can dine outside on this pretty pedestrian street, or inside around a beautiful central patio and working well in a cozy dining room. There is also a jungle themed room upstairs, where you can get away from it and enjoy the heat from the large fireplace in the winter months.

There is something magical about Casanis’ setting, the grand old building with bouganvillas growing up the sides, pretty lighting and white table cloths outside on the street and inside around the courtyard. It’s a great place for a romantic meal or to celebrate a special occasion and enjoy the whole experience.

The menu is typically French, with some International influences and always the best ingredients. Starters include oysters, foie gras and snails, main courses include Duck Confit, Beef Wellington and Steak Tartar, accompanied by Belgian fries and a choice of sauces and sides.  Desserts include Belgian waffles, Tart Tatin and Crème Brulée. The team behind Casanis are committed to fresh produce and have their own vegetable garden, which they tend to organic principles and without pesticides. There is also a lunchtime menu and a great wine list and daily specials which are influenced by the produce from the market.

Casanis delivers excellent, luxurious food, in a wonderful atmosphere and they are passionate about service. This combination makes it a favourite amongst visitors and residents alike!

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Vacation Rentals close to Casanis

Casanis is in the beautiful Old Town of Marbella, a stunning part of Marbella which demands to be explored. The winding streets, pretty plazas and white washed houses make for a wonderful place to walk around, but they are no good for cars, so park in the main underground parking on the highstreet and head in on foot.

Due to the lack of car access and the limited quality housing in the Old Town, we don’t tend to recommend people to stay there. However, there are lots of great vacation rentals near to the Old Town, closer to the beach and with easy parking, but still within walking distance of the Old Town and Casanis.

If you like to be close to Puerto Banus and the golf courses of the Nueva Andalucia golf valley, the Golden Mile is another excellent area to consider, just a five minute drive or a twenty minute walk into Marbella. Check out the options in our Marbella vacation rentals section, or ask us for recommendations if you don’t know the area. Our team loves Marbella and can advise you the best place to be depending on what makes your perfect holiday.





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