Where do we start? There are just so many, catering for every taste and budget. There are lots of great restaurants within walking distance of Costalita, so there's no need to worry about who's driving or booking a cab.
We keep a folder in the apartment so guests can recommend their favourites to each other, but here are a few to get you started:-
Cocomo (general classic food) - This one is always busy so it pays to book a couple of days in advance http://www.cocomorestaurant.com/
Jaipur Purple (Indian) A first class Indian restaurant which also has a take away. Great service and a free drink to finish on! http://www.jaipurpurple.com/#/location/4562070414
Steak 'n' Rib Shack - The name lets this one down! It's more than steak and ribs, although they're very good, and it's very nice. It also has a pleasant garden to sit out in
El Carnicero - Spanish for "The Butcher", Great food, good service and excellent set menu. http://www.restauranteelcarnicero.com/menu-grill-restaurant-cancelada-estepona.php
Peggottys (Fish and Chips, eat in or take away) I know we don't go to Spain for fish and chips, but sometimes it just hits the spot! And this is no ordinary chippy, it's probably the best in the world, and going by the board full of photos of celebrities visiting there we're not alone in thinking that.
You'll need a car, bus or cab for the following:-
Picasso Pizzeria - A reasonably priced restaurant right on the harbour front at Puerto Banus. It will suit all the family. There's always a queue here but don't worry it goes down quickly. http://www.pizzeriapicasso.com/en/index.php