The Ultimate Marbellan Meat Feast

Slightly cooler weather comfort food, minus the burger buns.

Wagyu Hideyoshi

Sushi has been floating around the Western world for a while now and you probably thought you’d seen every Japanese food style. But you probably haven’t seen the Japanese BBQ platter from top chef Jay Joden. This is what Wagyu Hideyoshi is all about, one of  Marbella's newest restaurants taking root in February 2016. Kagoshima black beef is sourced from their Mori farm in Japan. The meat comes raw to your table, so the grilling is all down to you. Then it’s all about the dipping sauces and keeping the drink flowing. Open Tuesday to Sunday, 1pm - 4pm and 7pm - midnight.

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El Gaucho de Banús

Perched on Puerto Banús, this relaxed Argentine grill specialises in the South American meat master’s classics — from chimichurri to empanadas. There’s a 600g Chateaubriand (600g), a Black Angus Entrecôte (200g-1000g) and a Beef Tenderloin with Champignon or Roquefort Sauce to choose from – plus a good half a dozen equally succulent options. If you get a sudden penchant for fish, the sea bass won’t at all disappoint.

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Marbella Club Grill

A safe local culinary landmark where the grill is a central feature to the impactful interior design. Award-winning chef Juan Gálvez does a fine soufflé but the meat cuts are the real deal and the wine list is plentiful too. From October to May, indoor dining from 8pm until midnight is the norm. You might even be lucky enough to catch some jazz. Oh and ditch the chinos; the dress code here is for real.

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1 Waygu Hideyoshi
2 El Gaucho de Banús
3 Marbella Club Grill