Dani García is all about cooking with traditional flavours, and though the restaurant plates up truly innovative food, you won’t find overly trendy dishes here. This year, they are debuting a new menu, with spectacular tastes that are surely like nothing your palate has experienced before. As an added bonus, you can dine in the beautiful outside area with vertical gardening. Don’t miss this unique dining opportunity, so make sure to book a table well in advance.
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Elegant and modern, Messina earned a Michelin star in 2016 for its outstanding offer of fish and seafood dishes. Each dish is simply but attractively presented, with every last detail being thoughtfully attended to. With tastes from around the Mediterranean, including Spain and Italy, only the very best is served here. Closed Sundays.
One of just a handful of Marbella restaurants to be awarded a Michelin star, Skina’s emphasis is on using choice local products, whether it's seafood straight from the waves of the Mediterranean or in-season vegetables hand-picked from the local market every day. The avant-garde dishes with a dose of tradition are served alongside top-notch wines.
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