A BEAUTIFUL Spanish old town centre should be the perfect location for an up-market Michelin-starred restaurant.
A romantic atmosphere seeping through narrow streets and quaint squares… but also a culture dating back hundreds of years before anyone knew what a ‘Michelin star’ was.
In the case of Skina in Marbella, its owner must respect the charitable Christian brotherhood who is his neighbour.
But respect should normally be a two-way street.
Perhaps the two sides could meet over a glass of fine wine and a delicious meal to work it out…
We know a great little restaurant in the Old Town… though it can be a little noisy.