…… There aren’t many restaurants in the Costa del Sol that offer a breathtaking view while you eat.
We have visited El Muro twice now and both times we have thoroughly enjoyed our meal.
The menu is varied with a good choice of starters, mains and desserts. I always let the dessert menu decide whether I need a starter or not and with it offering the obligatory chocolate brownie I decided a starter wasn’t necessary.
We had a party of 7 the second time we visited and ordered from the mains selection. I had the salmon on a bed of saffron rice again, we had chicken breast with baby artichoke hearts and beef skewers which were incredibly tender.
The meal was not rushed, the waiters were very attentive and efficient and the evening g was very relaxing.
The terrace has a number of tables outside however it is not cramped and you cannot eavesdrop other people’s conversations.
The restaurant is part of the Aico group who own a number of others in the pueblo. These ‘re all lovely restaurants in lovely settings.
Benalmadena Pueblo itself beautiful with its cobbled streets and tiny shops and typically andalucian style. It’s not commercialised or overcrowded. There is minimal parking in the actual town itself with a larger car park at the back of the town and all parking is free.
Other restaurants in the Aico chain are, La Fuente, La Nina, Villa Linda, Azafran and Zafiro which is a popular wine and gin bar.
On the Aico restaurant website allows you to view each restaurant and their menus and be able to book a table online at a selected few.
Go and visit and share my experience. Let me know how you get on 😊