Jun 14, 2013 No Comments by

The Belgian bistro Casanis is situated on Calle Ancha, possibly the most charming street in Marbella, Old Town. The exterior is picturesque with the walls are drowning in blossoming flowers and dainty fairy lights.  On sunny days tables are put outside on the sun dappled street and music is played for all to enjoy.

Casanis is famed for certain dishes and in particular it’s entrecote.  I was also pleasantly surprised to discover a really tasty bearnaise sauce was served with it.  All of the food we ordered was delicious and served by happy, friendly and efficent staff. This venue was packed upon our arrival, the ringing of laughter and the soft music playing gave it a wonderful atmosphere.  We did however witness a few couples get turned away due to lack of space, so be sure to book in advance.

In addition to the restaurant Casanis has it’s own deli shop across the street selling fine wines, oils and an assortment of other bits and pieces. Although slightly pricey I stocked up on products in the hope that my cooking could resemble that of the chefs at Casanis.  Something tells me that it will take me a fair few decades to get to such a great standard.  Looks like I will have to just keep sampling their dishes in that case… What a shame!

Restaurante Casanis

Calle Ancha 8
ES-29601 Marbella, Malaga

0034 952 900 450 |

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