Restaurant Casa Tua
by Morris Bishop
(San Pedro de Alcantara)
the approach to Casa Tua Marbella
Another cool deal recommendation, that, because of the yummy details in the menu, we couldn't resist, was Restaurant Casa Tua in Marbella old town.
The dining room, seating about 24, is long and narrow along side the tiny kitchen, and bar area, it’s tastefully appointed and lit, and has barely audible background music, (as it should be). In the warmer months they can seat about 30 in the pathway outside.
One is immediately struck by Catherine, who hails from the Emerald Isle, and her staff’s greeting, and by a further perusal of the Interesting dishes in the menu.
I must admit that we fancied most of both starters and mains, but decisions had to be made, so we finally opted for Pan seared Scallops, Cauliflower and Chorizo, and Salmon Ravioli in a cream sauce for starters, and for mains, Rack of Lamb with a mustard and mint crust in a wine reduction, and Lobster, Prawns, Cod, and Clams, in a Tomato and wine broth.
The flavours and textures that chef Adriano packs into his creations are exceptional.
Certainly, the mouth watering temptations of the menu, in the event, more than lived up to our expectations.
Our only problem was when could we fit in a return visit!
Casa Tua is in C/ Ortiz de Molino 14, Marbella old town,
That is two roads to the east side of Orange Square.
Reservations on 951712227 or firstname.lastname@example.org
See their menu on www.casatuamarbella.com
Underground parking in the Alameda 350 mt.
They open for dinner only, Tuesday to Sunday.
Average 3 course with wine 46€
Bishlin Guide marks out of 5:
DATE: March 2015