Tucked away one street back from the seafront and close to the Marbella Port, this is a favourite with the locals for its great food, excellent atmosphere, good service and reasonable prices.
You can eat outside, or in the cozy, atmospheric restaurant, which is always buzzing all year round. It’s an informal dining experience, with a brasserie feel, but service is quick, drinks come served with a little bowl of crisps while you choose, and the wine list is good and very reasonably priced. For the full Argentinian experience, ask for a bottle of the Malbec, it’s a treat but amazing with the steak. However, the house wine is also decent and excellent value – particularly the red.
It’s not a big menu, but everything is delicious, with small, tapas style dishes being served up quickly from the efficient kitchen. To start try the provolone cheese, bubbling and hot and the crispy empanadas filled with minced meat. Don’t fill yourself up too much though, the meaty mains are the real reason to visit this place!