Your gastronomic port of call
Start the day with a spectacular breakfast, and feast on market fresh seafood. Spend the evenings exploring Sea Grill’s impressive wine cellar. Memories will be made here, all to the soundtrack of the waves rolling in and live music.
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Nobu needs no introduction. Here, Nobu’s first female Executive Chef, Eleni Manouso, is at the helm, delivering the world-famous black cod miso with perfection.
An Italian institution, going strong since 1931, with a loyal following. Classics include their Carpaccio and the iconic Bellini cocktail.
Celicioso is the only dedicated gluten-free restaurant in Puente Romano’s social hub. Try their detox shots, cold-pressed juices, sugar-free cupcakes, or poke bowls. Going gluten-free doesn’t mean missing out on flavour.
A skilful blend of Peruvian traditional cooking with culinary techniques from Japan, China and Spain resulting in complex and intense dishes, taking guests on an immersive journey for the senses.
Les Jardins du Liban
Authentic Lebanese food at its best. Live life in bites with hummus and labneh, tabbouleh and Fattoush, in a magical garden setting with a choice of acclaimed Lebanese wines.
Authentic, traditional Thai cuisine is served in decorative surroundings which blend contemporary sleek design within a traditional setting.