THE place to dine and chill out
GARUM OFFERS discerning diners the dual attraction of being one of Marbella’s hippest establishments while also providing a versatile culinary experience.
Centrally located in a vibrant and picturesque setting on the Paseo Marítimo (seafront), the restaurant is one of those rare gastronomic gems with an “all-day concept” of breakfast, lunch, dinner, tapas and late-night cocktails and soft chill out sounds − the kitchen remaining open non-stop from 11.30 am to midnight, seven days a week.
The cuisine is a tantalising blend of contemporary flair and innovation with traditional touches and a broad cosmopolitan perspective, all backed up by friendly and attentive service – par excellence.SPECIAL MENUS for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve… and Hangover Lunch on 1 January.
Tel. 952 858 858
Friends and colleagues were deeply saddened when Marcel Geel, the head chef at Garum Restaurant in Marbella, died suddenly at the end of the February (2010) – with no signs he had been ill.
Originally from Holland, Marcel had been on the Costa del Sol for 15 years, the last five at Garum, which had just celebrated its fifth anniversary. He was an innovative chef and a popular figure among diners, with his warm hospitality, wonderful sense of humour and highly creative personality.
A special memorial evening was held for Marcel at the restaurant, where an understandably emotional owner Timo Hamalainen said his death had been a huge loss for everyone: staff, clients, associates… “Garum was his family here in Spain.”