THIS Easter a Marbella restaurant is recreating history’s most famous feast… and I was lucky enough to get an early bird special a week before the big event.
Taking Easter to heart, Mosaik in Puerto Banus has transformed its dining area into the scene of Jesus’ last supper.
But fear not, there is more than bread and wine on the menu.
With belly dancers, mojitos and a five-course meal to boot, this is the last supper with a twist.
Culinary delights included black olive tapenade, fresh mackerel and an enormous leg of lamb. The paprika-smeared cross was a slightly tenuous link, but the food was delicious nonetheless.
Expertly paired with the house red, the attentive staff are on hand to top you up after every mouthful.
If this was the last meal I ever had… I’d die a happy man.
Reservations for the April 2 event are €50 a head. For more info visit www.mosaikmarbella.com or call 952 929 467.
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