churros con chocolate) or for dinner (Casanis, La Famiglia) but never for lunch and after four years of being here, it was time to give it a try. We went to our old favorite, Casanis, for a quick lunch - steak tartare and entrecote, both with their fantastic fries, and a creme brulee to share. Our table was right beside the Casanis deli and wine shop and it was a real treat to sit outdoors and see locals and tourists walking by while we were enjoying our lunch and the wonderful weather.
Pomposiello where fresh pasta is available - cannelloni, ravioli, gnocchi and where they have a few tables serving their homemade pastas. From the takeaway counter, they also have pizzas, empanadas and ready-made pasta sauces. It's a great little place for when you're stuck for dinner and don't want to do a takeaway. I didn't get a chance to take any photos as we were double-parked but this place is definitely going onto my Marbella food shops list.