The Story Behind

Our Story

The story behind
" In the 8th century B.C., Homer's Odyssey mentions that the hero, Ulysses, makes a kind of meat skewer offered as a sacrifice to the god Poseidon.
It is the birth certificate of the famous skewers. "

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Quality & Balance
Our Food Philosophy

Our restaurant offers a unique dining experience that combines delicious skewered dishes with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Our menu is centered around the art of skewer cooking, where the finest ingredients are carefully selected and threaded onto a skewer, then grilled to perfection. Our skilled chefs use a variety of marinades and seasonings to infuse each skewer with a unique flavor that is sure to tantalize your taste buds.

At Aquarium Restaurante, we take pride in our commitment to using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients in all of our dishes. We work closely with local suppliers to ensure that our seafood, meats, and vegetables are of the highest quality and sustainably sourced.

In addition to our signature skewer dishes, we also offer a selection of appetizers, salads, and desserts to complement your meal. Our expert mixologists can also whip up a range of delicious cocktails, mocktails, and wine pairings to enhance your dining experience.

Our restaurant is located in a prime location overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, making it the perfect spot for a romantic dinner, a celebratory meal, or a casual gathering with friends and family.

At Aquarium Restaurante, we strive to create an unforgettable dining experience that combines delicious food, exceptional service, and stunning views. Come visit us and experience the art of skewer cooking for yourself.

Benalmádena - SPAIN

Benalmádena is a town on the southern coast of Spain, located in the province of Málaga in the Andalusia region. It is situated between the cities of Torremolinos and Fuengirola.

The town is divided into three distinct areas: Benalmádena Costa, which is the coastal area with beaches and tourist attractions; Arroyo de la Miel, which is the commercial and residential area; and Benalmádena Pueblo, which is the historic center of the town and located on a hilltop.

Benalmádena has a population of around 70,000 people, but this number can increase significantly during the peak tourist season.

The town is known for its stunning coastline, with miles of sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. It also has a picturesque marina called Puerto Marina, which has won numerous awards for its design and facilities.

Benalmádena is home to several attractions, including the Sea Life aquarium, the Tivoli World amusement park, and the Buddhist temple Stupa de la Iluminación.

The town has a rich history, with evidence of human settlements dating back to the Bronze Age. It has been inhabited by Phoenicians, Romans, and Moors, among other groups.

Benalmádena is well-connected to other cities in Andalusia, with easy access to the international airport in Málaga and the high-speed AVE train network.