Branch out from Spanish classics and try cuisine from all over the globe, served from charming vintage vehicles.
Marbella has long been attracting foodies from all over the world to its stunning array of Michelin star restaurants. It is a town known for its fine dining and luxurious gastro offering, but this summer Marbella can offer visiting foodies something a little more low-key. From die-hard food fanatics to those just looking for a fun meal out for all the family, Eatin’ Banus is Marbella’s latest summer attraction and has something to suit every taste.
Now situated in Marbella’s marina until the 21st August, the pop-up food festival offers everything ranging from Venezuelan arepas to sushi; Mexican tacos to Vietnamese; Moroccan to Thai; as well as a whole host of other exotic cuisines that will allow diners to travel the world with a single bite. For those wanting an authentic taste of Marbella, local favourite Iberian cured ham and other local delicacies will be available at the Sabor a Málaga stand.
The open air site is surrounded with lawns and plenty of places to get drinks, as well as to sit and enjoy your food. All furniture is designed to be in keeping with the retro American theme and is styled to look like the whole set up is straight out of the 40s and 50s. There is also parking available surrounding the site.
Eatin’ Banus is on every day until Sunday 21 August from 7pm – 2am, with a happy hour offering 2 for 1 on beer and soft drinks at the main bar until 9pm. Concert performances also kick off at the same time, with the programme including tribute acts to The Beatles, The Police, Abba, Elton John and Rod Stewart, as well as blues and jazz with the Seeking Soul Band, Lito Blues Band, and more. It promises to be a fun, foodie night out for the whole family!