One of Marbella’s best loved restaurants is back in business, just in time for summer!

Last Tuesday Güey celebrated its inauguration with a cocktail party for 250 guests. The return of Güey had been eagerly anticipated by loyal clientele and locals who attended the opening, and were once more able to  enjoy dining under the stars on some of the most picturesque terraces in Marbella.

A family-run venture and labour of love, Güey is being reopened by Ramón Carbajosa, (pictured above) who has a mission to serve local, seasonal and organic produce every night.

The new Güey has sourced the finest producers locally with the foodie family intent on showcasing the best flavours  of Malaga province with an exciting, international menu that has a distinct nod to Latin America as inspired by the restaurant´s Mexican name “Güey”.

Boasting culinary influences from Mexico and Peru with dishes like ceviche, quesadillas and tiradito, Güey also sources exquisite ham from Aracena and of course, the Almadraba tuna from Cádiz.

The menu will be seasonal, based on the quality of local organic produce, and in winter, Guëy offers a delightfully cosy spot fon chilly nights with its log burning fire.

With three terraces on different levels and beautiful garden in full bloom, discover the romance, charm and Latin flair of Guëy, and enjoy the magic of Marbella´s summer nights.