Don’t be afraid to take leftovers home – they add a few extra king prawns in there, too.
If ever there was pride in work it is reflected in The Marina Restaurant by the gentlemen whom create a fanciful treat of ensuring you’re having a good time and your glass is never just half full.
Situated on the edge of Las Canteras promenade, almost falling into the sea, you can lunch here at mid-day and feel as though you’re surfing, or dine in the evening and watch the waves disappear with the sunset. Prices are reasonable if you consider the location and service, but it is a place to wine and dine yourself.
The outdoor space of this restaurant is made up of a sort of canvas/awning, which can get a bit cold on a windy night. Take a few steps into the warmth and be guided to a seat by a man in suit and bow, readily awaiting your order and smile.
We ordered a bottle of red and paella for 3 (although there were 4 of us). Don’t be afraid to take leftovers home – they add a few extra king prawns in there, too. The seafood paella with drizzled lemon and complimentary honey rum shots are a seriously yummy combination to treat yourself to.