MOMA Food & People opens in Puerto Banús

MOMA Food & People will open in Calle Manolete (close to the Plaza de Toros) in Puerto Banús on Thursday 19 July. This 1,000 square metre space offers a unique concept with six different zones and terraces. Whether you want to eat or just meet for cocktails, this is a great place to do.  It will be open daily from 11.00 to 01.00.

You can enjoy a formal meal or just a snack at Moma. The dishes available will include quinoa salad with avocado, red tuna tataki with wasabi sesame and San Pedro fish taco with mustard and sautéed vegetables. If you want to share, there are simpler options such as piquillo pepper and tuna croquettes, strawberry gazpacho or Russian salad with melva.

You are invited to choose between its six spaces, all with different atmospheres. Some areas are spacious and others are more reserved. They are all designed for you to enjoy and make your love of food and company special.

The main hall with terrace is perfect for that great sport “people watching”, with comfortable sofas to enjoy a juice or a coffee. The inside rooms and outdoor terraces connect and the garden terrace is great for those who want a more calm atmosphere to enjoy a quiet lunch or dinner.

It is managed by Aritz Arrieta, who has more than 20 years experience in hospitality and whose previous experience includes managing restaurants like Ikea in Vitoria with a Michelin star and chef Iván Pérez who has had a long career in different restaurants on the Costa del Sol.

With this new addition, the restaurant group BlueBay Gourmet adds to its four Puerto Banús restaurants a new option aimed at the local Marbella public.

MOMA Food & People
Address: Calle Manolete s / n, Puerto Banús, 29660 Marbella
Tel. +34 952 929 467

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