You cannot visit the Costa del Sol on your hen do and not have a Marbella tapas meal!
Two words: patatas bravas! Spicy potatoes are what a tapas meal is all about. then there's Iberian ham and Manchego cheese. The Old Town of Marbs has some amazing tapas bars on its cobbled streets. We also know a couple of winners in central Puerto Banus, too. If you want top class tapas on your jollies, we'll book a table at one of our fave tapas places.
You'll get a big selection of dishes and wine or beer with your food.
What's on the menu? Think salty ham, spicy chorizo, meatballs, crispy croquettes, Spanish tortilla, shrimp, squid, sauteed mussels, baked goats' cheese and garlic mushrooms to name but a few. Tapas is basically a big Spanish buffet, a bit like a tasting menu. Try all sorts of little tidbits you don't normally order, and get a real taste of Andalusia.
A tapas meal is ideal if you need good eats but don't want to be so full that there'll be no room for cocktails afterwards. You're on a hen do; chances are you'll want to hit the bars when you've done dinner. Whether you're planning to do a champagne spray party at a swanky beach club or want to go wild on second line Puerto Banus, a tapas lunch or dinner will set you up nicely.
No fighting over the last spicy potato!
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