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A piece of Scandinavian heaven

Nov 27, 2011 No Comments by

SkandieS opened in 2003 on the same site as the very successful “Los Limoneros” (The Lemon Trees). Updated and refurbished, their aim is to recreate popularity by providing an ambient and inviting place where one can sit, relax and enjoy lunch/dinner or simply just a drink.

Open six days a week from 7pm (closed Mondays), SkandieS is located behind the lighthouse in central Marbella, 20 metres from the main promenade.

The instant you peruse over the menu card, you know you are dining on authentic Scandinavian cuisine. If you have not tried traditional Scandi dishes before, you should definitely give it a try

You might call me biased, me being Danish and all, and you could be right. However, SkandieS has dishes for everyone, whether it is for a romantic dinner for two, or for a family with kids.

Traditional “Swedish” meatballs with mash and succulent lamb were one our plates on this particular visit, and all of it was just great! Normally I would never comment on a specific dish, as taste differs from person to person, however the leg of lamb here at SkandieS is in the top three of the places I have tried in and around Marbella.

The service and personal attention makes you feel welcome, settled and relaxed. I have been to SkandieS both with and without my kids, and the attention to detail means that you are given privacy if on a date, or given activation tools such as colouring books to families dining with children.It might seem like a contradiction beeing ideal for both romantic dinners and families, but this place is suited for both.

SkandieS is a small and cosy place, so throughout the summer season, I would advise you reserve a table in advance. I will certainly be coming back and would advise you all to try it out, you will not be dissapopinted.

SkandieS Restaurant


C/. Antonio Belón 26
ES-29600 Marbella, Malagá

0034 952 776 323 | info@skandies.net

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