The first Nobu to open in Spain, it is in the heart of Marbella´s dining scene, offering Nobu´s world-renowned cuisine including a mouth-watering array of signature dishes like black cod miso, yellowtail sashimi with jalapeños and tiradito. The Nobu Lounge and Bar encompasses a stylish setting with eclectic atmosphere adjacent to the restaurant.
“Offering Nobu´s world-renowned cuisine…”
Not only that, but the hotel has also just opened The Monkey Club. Perched high up and overlooking one of Puente Romano’s terraces, The Monkey Club is the new venue from Marbella’s renowned Casamono restaurant team. Offering an array of fresh dishes with a French touch and inspired by Mediterranean ingredients, Monkey Club is the perfect destination for the discerning guests looking for an al fresco dining environment, art and Instagram worthy plates that deliver on taste as well as looks.
“Signature dishes like black cod miso, yellowtail sashimi with jalapeños…”
The two new additions are a beautiful enhancement to the rustic charm and Spanish hospitality for which Puente Romano is so well known. Combined with their spa experience which takes you on a thermal journey through Andalusian architecture, and treatments which use local ingredients such as herbs with sea salt, olive oil, and rich minerals in their treatments, it is a sensual destination.
With something for couples, families and those who simply want to relax on the beach, Puente Romano is a welcome holiday and spa destination for all guests on a quest for a little luxury. Now, with the addition of Nobu at their side as well it’s safe to say that it is definitely a foodie favourite too!
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