The Beach House Restaurant

Nov 25, 2012 No Comments by

The combined facilities of a rustic chiringuito lounge, immaculate stretch of sand and beautiful waterfront restaurant give the overall feel of a chic beach club.

From the specials menu, the tuna and avocado tartar; the combination of the soft tuna and creamy avocado, along with the coriander, wasabi and basil made for a vibrant, tangy amalgamation of flavours. Another starter on offer was eggs benedict with succulent asparagus and smoked salmon on sundried tomato toast. The hollandaise sauce married with the salmon strips and the perfectly runny yolk. King prawn tempura with a vermicelli noodle salad, crisp Asian vegetables and a spicy chilli sauce concluded the course of starters. For the main dishes, we were treated to more platters from the specials menu. Firstly, braised and roasted belly of pork poised on a champ mash and runner bean bed. The vegetables gave this dish a much-needed crunch, with the sweet apple sauce blending with the chunky pork belly. Secondly, a delicate pan-fried fillet of turbot arrived at our table, resting on an impressive stack of purple potato mash and an assortment of baby vegetables, drizzled with a creamy chorizo sauce. This was an all round favourite, the inquisitiveness of the coloured mash only heightened the taste. Our final dish came in the form of free-range chicken breast, filled with a sausage and pistachio stuffing, encircling a crisp hash brown, sautéed spinach and a fennel and thyme sauce; the nuttiness of the pistachio and the rich spinach combined with the meaty bacon encompassing the poultry in a burst of flavour that was highly reminiscent of a childhood roast. To conclude, a banoffee cheesecake, the biscuit base and the creamy topping rounded off a perfectly wonderful meal.

The Beach House offers so much… Often compared to an exotic desert island, complete with the setting sun over the Med. If you’re looking for something more formal, their evening meals are what their growing reputation is founded on. Their Sunday lunch menu is increasing in popularity, with the chefs incorporating new dishes each week…

The Beach House Restaurant

Urb. Coto de los Dolores, Carril del Relojero, Elviria

Tel. 952 839 458

The Beach House Restaurant

Urb. Coto de los Dolores, Carril del Relojero, Elviria
ES-29601 Marbella, Malaga

0034 952 839 458 |

About the reviewer, Gabriel

Gabriel was born in Granada and based in Marbella since 1982. He started in the media business and lifestyle publications 5 years ago. Working as a freelance sales executive and editor, he collaborates with a wide range of magazines and publications along the coast and Granada area.
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