Bulevar Principe Alfonso von Hohenlohe, 29602, Marbella.
7.5 / 10 BiBo Puente Romano Welcome to Marbslifestyle.com’s spotlight on BIBO Puente Romano, a gastronomic jewel in the Puente Romano Beach Resort. Located at the lively La Plaza, BiBo offers an exceptional dining experience amidst a vibrant ambiance. This high-end restaurant presents a menu that justifies its price – every dish is a testament […]
Pl. José Palomo & C. San Juan de Dios, 29601, Marbella.
Experience the delicious taste of Argentina at Brasas in Marbella's old town. With a warm and inviting atmosphere, mouth-watering dishes, and friendly staff, it's the perfect dining destination. Make your reservation today and savor every bite
C. Cruz, 5,, 29601, Marbella.
Indulge in the authentic flavours of Spain and experience the warm ambiance of El Boquerón. Book your table now for an unforgettable culinary journey in the heart of Marbella's Old Town.
C. Guzmán el Bueno, 5, 11380, Tarifa.
Experience the unforgettable blend of culinary perfection and authentic Spanish charm at El Lola - your gateway to an extraordinary dining adventure in the heart of Tarifa!
C. Granada, 62, 29015, Málaga.
Experience the true taste of Andalusia at El Pimpi in Málaga - where authentic cuisine and unique ambiance come together for an unforgettable dining experience.
C. Andalucía, 10,, 29670, San Pedro Alcántara,.
8 / 10 La Bodega del Cantinero La Bodega del Cantinero is a special place that will leave you with a lasting impression. As soon as you step inside, you’ll be greeted with a warm welcome and a charming atmosphere that is perfect for unwinding and enjoying the moment. The menu is carefully curated, with […]
C. Notario Luis Oliver, 6, 29602, Marbella.
Dive into an unforgettable gastronomic journey at Primeria Selection - where every dish is a masterpiece, every wine is a story, and every visit is an adventure. Experience Marbella like never before!
The best Tapas Restaurants of Marbella listed
It’s no secret that tapas are essential to the Marbella food scene. These deliciously festive snacks or appetizers are steeped in Spanish cuisine and have an interesting history. Tapas comes from the Spanish word tapar, which means “to cover” or “lid”
Traditionally, Spaniards used pieces of bread to cover their wine glasses and keep out the flies. Today, tapas are small savoury bites made with different ingredients. That may include meat, bread, stuffed mussels, ham, olives, vegetables, fried squid, or sautéed mushrooms.
Since tapas are a small serving, they’re a great way to sample and try out new dishes. Like many contemporary dishes, tapas have evolved to incorporate an international feel. Ingredients such as grilled chorizo, lamb kofta, and crunchy pork belly are now part of the tapas experience.