Benahavis is a small village in the hills above the noise and grim of costa del sol, a great place to visit.
Not looking to eat too much for lunch,so settled for the turbot... it was wonderful.
included in the price was cherry brandy, olives, gerkin, pate, cheese and breads. This was all before the Turbot arrived. Our visit , was out of season, but still a dozen or so people in for lunch. We were able to sit outside in the sun on their terrace.
Tip: It can be difficult to park in Benahavis, use the car park on right hand turn, just before the Rufino, when approaching from the south, plenty of room in March.
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