One of our best kept secrets in Elviria, our namesake restaurant will blow you away with its sumptuous cuisine and flawless service. We first stumbled upon it on a wintery evening years ago and walked in with zero expectations and we were left speechless. Everything we ordered was cooked and…
Very nice outdoor seating, with great seafood, meat, pasta, and pizza options for families.
European Spanish dining Not the cheapest meals around but very very good and worth the money
“Who doesn't love a curry, am I right? Our local is Masala in Elviria where we know that Sam, the owner, will always take care of us. In the eight years that we have been eating at Masala, we have never had a bad experience and when we crave a Tikka Masala, this is the only one we like! We usually choose to take away but the newly-enclosed terrace is fabulous and during the summer season, it's packed with patrons all enjoying the authentic Goan-style cuisine served with true Asian flavour. All the servers Sam has on his team are the most humble and sweetest guys you'll ever meet who can't do enough for you. Everyone speaks English so you won't have any problem ordering your favourite dishes, and they're all on the menu... Guaranteed! No need to tell you our favourites here but try the Tandoori stuffed mushrooms. A dinner for two with a bottle of wine should set you back around €60. Enjoy!”
“Elviria is our local everything! Just eight minutes down the road from El Soto, this bustling community offers us an abundance of supermarkets, restaurants, cafés, bars, shops, banks, pharmacies and activities to choose from. We even have several clinics and a post office and in the summer months, there are numerous events and fairs that take place in the central grounds (shown in picture) that are always a good time. There's also great transport links with bus stops heading in both directions and a taxi rank. It's super family friendly and very safe. ”
“This is a more upmarket and well-known seafood restaurant in Marbella. Consistently good and popular with the locals. You won't be disappointed. ”
“Sergio is the proud owner of this gem of a chiringuito (Spanish for Beach Restaurant) located in Costabella. We recommend you make a reservation because what used to be our best kept secret has become everyone's favourite place to eat... And for good reason! A big menu with lots of options to choose from and daily specials, this is the kind of place where you ask Sergio or his son Jesús which fish was caught that morning and they'll recommend away. We usually order a selection of starters depending on how big our group is: Gambas Diavola (shrimps in a spicy tomato sauce); Gambas a la Gorgonzola (shrimps in a gorgonzola sauce); Pimientos de Padrón (grilled green peppers); Calamares; Ensalada Pecorino (Insanely fresh mixed salad with feta cheese); Champiñones a la crema (creamy mushrooms in a creamy bacon sauce), and Berenjenas Fritas (Fried Auberjines). For our mains, we usually order the Pizza with Salami Picante (spicy pepperoni pizza), and the Penne Arrabbiata. Friends have ordered the fish of the day, Risotto and the Solomillo (Fillet Steak). For Desserts, the Tiramisu of course or Rita's choice is always the Neopolitan ice cream (Chocolate, Strawberry & Vanilla). Spanish meals always end with a traditional "copa" or liqueur, like Pacharán for example. Our bill for the two of us including a bottle of house wine usually comes to around €70. As we say in Spanish: ¡Que aproveche! Enjoy!”